Wayne & Diamond Solicitors has experienced solicitors that ensure
that you can legally state your intentions when you pass on. A Will allows you to decide and state what happens to your property
and possessions after your death. It is the obvious way to make sure your estate is passed on to family and friends exactly
as you wish. Dying without Will means your assets may be distributed according to the law rather than your wishes.
It is possible that individuals can write
their own Wills, however it is advisable to use a solicitor as there are various legal formalities that need to be followed
to make the Will valid.
We ensure that all complicated matters and legal formalities are
taken care of for you. We will provide you with the legal advice that is required to finalise your Will. We will cover all
aspects including how inheritance tax will affect you and your beneficiaries.
continue to recommend our services as we can call on clients in their settings such as their home, care home or hospital.
We realise that the complexity of Wills vary and we are confident that our experience will ensure you get
the best outcome.
At Kimberly Wayne & Diamond Solicitors we realise that some people pass on without leaving a Will. This does not necessarily complicate the situation in
most cases – however there are legal formalities that need to be followed.
A Probate is applying for the right to deal with a deceased
person's affairs. It's sometimes called 'administering the estate.
provide legal advice to clients when someone has passed on without leaving a Will. We will assess the circumstances and use
our experience to determine where you stand legally.
Applying for probate is
not a simple process – however we will ensure that the process is as smooth as possible for you. We will apply for the
correct paperwork on your behalf saving you time, money and the stress.
endeavour to have you as the executor with the authority to deal with the deceased person's assets (property, money and
You can make sure the future of your loved ones is taken care
of by Contacting Us immediately on 0208 317 0896 or using the Online Contact Form
Our dedicated and experienced Wills and Probate Team will