Working to protect what's most precious to you


We don’t like to dwell on death, but we do know that it will come to us all. It’s important to leave a clear plan that sets out your wishes and leaves no space for confusion (or argument…) for those you leave behind.

For most people there are many good reasons why making a Will is the right thing to do, and we can help you to understand your options and put together a set of documents that will ensure your wishes can be carried out. It may be that you need your Will to appoint legal guardians for your children in the event that you die while they are still young. You may have a large and complex estate, or you may want to make sure that the right people are remembered and provided for.

Our qualified advisers are members of the Institute of Professional Willwriters in England & Wales and in Scotland.

Clear advice

Whatever your circumstances, we will work with you to understand why making a Will is a good idea, as well as understanding the legal limits and the implications of not making a Will. We guide and support our clients through the process, and make sure that the right trusts are used to ensure maximum protection for the people and causes you want to benefit from your estate.

Thinking about what you want to happen to your assets when you die involves sensitive and personal decisions. Working closely with you it is our priority to understand your situation and how the law can be used to make sure your wishes are carried out, protecting the things you love.

With our extensive third sector knowledge we have specialist knowledge to support families where there is a disabled beneficiary. In these circumstances, the right planning is essential.