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Wills and Probate

Dealing with wills and probate is an emotional time. Our trusts and estates solicitors understand what you are going through and will help to make the process easier.

Our trusts and estates solicitors are able to help in all areas of wills and probate, including:

  • drafting a will
  • making a lasting power of attorney
  • putting in place an advance decision
  • dealing with the administration of a trust or an estate
  • advising on inheritance tax planning.

Our trusts and estates team are highly qualified with years of experience; within the team we have Mencap recommended advisors, members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and members of Solicitors for the Elderly.

Our trusts and estates specialists are located in all of our offices across Surrey in Cobham, Cranleigh, Godalming, Guildford and Woking.

To speak to a solicitor today about wills and probate, contact us today.

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Sheralle Fisher, Solicitor, Commercial and Corporate  Solicitor Wills and Probate,

Sheralle Fisher

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Jane Crosby

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Paul Grimwood, Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution Solicitor Wills and Probate,

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Jane Crosby, Partner, Dispute Resolution Solicitor Wills and Probate,

Jane Crosby

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Paul Grimwood, Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution Solicitor Wills and Probate,

Paul Grimwood

Company Voluntary Agreements – how businesses are using them to fight landlord agreements

In recent months, there has been a growing interest in the way businesses are using a particular type of insolvency prevention procedure…

Sheralle Fisher, Solicitor, Commercial and Corporate  Solicitor Wills and Probate,

Sheralle Fisher

GDPR – How are businesses coping?

Now that GDPR has been in force for a number of months, we thought it was time to take a look at how it’s affecting businesses.

Jane Crosby, Partner, Dispute Resolution Solicitor Wills and Probate,

Jane Crosby

Challenging times: what happens when a family member is cut out of the will

High profile inheritance disputes follow celebrities and the super-rich as surely as night follows day, but such challenges are becoming increasingly common, whatever the values involved. Some…

Paul Grimwood, Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution Solicitor Wills and Probate,

Paul Grimwood

A reflection on the UK Residential property market

For some months, the residential property market has been sluggish at best. Very little property is coming onto the market, online agencies are beginning…

David Knapp, Partner, Head of Residential Property Solicitor ,

David Knapp

Working temperatures – when is it too hot to work?

The heatwave of summer 2018 is already being compared with the long, hot scorcher of 1976. Records have been broken across the UK, the words ‘…

Jane Crosby, Partner, Dispute Resolution Solicitor Wills and Probate,

Jane Crosby

Inheritance Act Claims – an application delayed is often an application denied

Following a death, it is possible for a claim to be made against the deceased’s estate on the basis that the distribution of their estate be “varied”…

Paul Grimwood, Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution Solicitor Wills and Probate,

Paul Grimwood