A message to our clients:

With the recent move to allow shops and offices to fully re-open, we will continue to review our policy on clients attending our offices. Currently, we are not inviting clients into the office but we are able to briefly meet with clients by appointment at the door of the office. Please note that face coverings are still required indoors until further notice. We remain committed to following the Government guidelines as rules continue to change in line with the easing of lockdown.

We continue to operate our business as usual across all the services that we offer our clients, both current and prospective.

We continue to offer teleconference-based or telephone consultations.. We are aware that not everyone has been offered full vaccination yet and understand that some people may feel safer continuing with socially distanced communications.

Our family and wills / probate solicitors continue to offer initial advice remotely by video conferencing and by telephone for up to one hour (as advertised on this website). Please call us if you would like to speak to one of our experts.

If you have a case in court, please telephone us so we can discuss representation.

We appreciate your patience, support and understanding over the past year since the restrictions related to the pandemic began. We hope you continue to stay safe, and wish you a brighter 2021!

Talk to a solicitor today 0117 973 1391

There won’t be many people who don’t at some point in time think about their mortality. However they don’t necessarily plan for their demise. Recent studies have revealed that about two-thirds of adults don’t have a will meaning that a third of these adults will die intestate.


Making sure that your affairs are all in order is extremely important because it shows your loved ones that you had planned for this eventuality. No-one really wants to consider their death, we all want to live life to the full for as long as we can, but taking care of those end-of-life decisions will mean that your estate goes to the people you want it to and doesn’t cause untold distress for the ones that are left behind who have to manage the process.


If you die without leaving a Will some of your closest family members could be left with no right to inherit anything and the resulting trauma of having to apply to the court for financial provision from the estate can be quite traumatic and devastating.


At Battrick Clark we work with clients to make sure their end-of-life wishes are documented to ensure things run smoothly when the inevitable time comes – we’re all aware of how distressing these times can be, so anything to make things easier is our objective.


Our dedicated Wills Department discuss the details of your estate and the provisions that you want to make for its distribution following your death. Dealt with sensitively and with compassion, our Solicitors will advise you on any legal questions or concerns you may have and ensure your wishes are fulfilled.


The emotional distress that families suffer as a result of a losing a loved one can be huge, so dying intestate makes it even more difficult for them, so contact Battrick Clark’s Wills Department and they will be able to advise you on your options and then you really can live life to the full knowing that your affairs are all in order.

Contact: 0117 973 1391