Wills & Probate

Wills & Probate

Making a will can be difficult to think about, Ringrose Law listened and made it easy to provide for my family.

 

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A recent survey showed that over 60% of adults in the UK have not made a Will, and more alarmingly 74% of co-habiting couples do not have a Will.

Without a valid Will, your loved ones will have little control on the inheritance of your estate. Take control and make your Will today.

At Ringrose Law, we understand that preparing for the future and dealing with affairs after someone has died can be a very difficult and stressful time in anyone’s life. We also have the knowledge and experience to understand the importance of sorting out these matters and the importance of making sure everything is dealt with exactly as planned.

Our Wills and Probate team in Lincolnshire and Newark, are experienced in dealing with Wills, tax, probate, intestacy, lasting powers of attorney, trusts and everything else to do with planning for your future. Our dedicated, friendly and caring team of experts will take the time to be available to listen and understand your situation, before giving you clear and straight forward advice.

We will work with you to ensure your requirements are dealt with and provide you with the peace of mind that your last wishes are respected and your estate will be distributed the way you had intended after you have gone.

We offer expertise, experience, attention to detail, convenience and value for money. We take the time to explain the legal issues to our clients in plain English without the use of confusing legal terms and phrases.

Contact our Wills and Probate team today

For further information and advice on any matter contact our Wills and Probate team today at one of our offices across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, in Boston, Grantham, Lincoln, Newark, Sleaford and Spalding. Or click on the sidebar links for further information on the services provided.

We trust that these notes will be of assistance to you but they must only be read in conjunction with specific legal advice as to your particular circumstances. They are not intended to be a full and precise exposition of the law. For full advice and representation please contact us directly.