Wills, Trusts and Probate

Whether you are seeking to protect your assets or ensure your loved ones inherit and they are taken care of according to your wishes, planning for your future is an important part of life.

Our approachable and knowledgeable legal team provide advice, support and guidance when you need it most. This may be to execute a Will, create Trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney. We will also help you through the often difficult task of administering an estate during times of bereavement (probate).

We understand that every situation is different and each case is as individual as you are, which is why we take the time to meet with you on a one-to-one basis.  We will make sure that your particular needs and wishes are correctly and thoroughly considered, so that you and your loved ones are adequately protected and provided for.

Our team of experts will sensitively guide you through this often complex process, giving clear, straightforward advice to ensure that you fully understand every step.

For further assistance and  information, please contact us on  0113 320 5000 or email us at wills@winstonsolicitors.co.uk.

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