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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!

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Preparing your Will is the best way to ensure your wishes are met on your death. We prepare Wills of all complexities, and our Wills are bespoke and tailored to your needs.

Types of Will

A single Will is a Will prepared by an individual. Preparing a single Wils allows you to distribute your estate in accordance with your wishes.

Mirror Wills are Wills which reflect one another. This allows two parties to provide similar instructions to distribute their estates upon each of their deaths, with the same provisions as each other.

Wills with Trusts describe a situation in which a Trust may arise in a Will, such as monies being held for minors. A Trust may also be created, for example, if you wish for a family member to benefit from your property on your passing but then for the property to pass in accordance with your wishes, following their death.

You may wish to include what is called a Discretionary Trust, where a pool of beneficiaries may be named to share an asset in an estate, by the terms of which their money is gifted to them at the discretion of the Trustees.

A Disabled Persons Trust may be necessary if your Will is being prepared to protect a disabled beneficiary. Under the terms of this type of Trust, you may appoint Trustees to manage monies for the beneficiary.

Other types of Wills may be drafted to include clauses to make provision for pets, surrogacy and charities.

Here at Battrick Clark, we provide a full range of Will services. We also offer free reviews of previously prepared Wills that have not been updated in some time.

We welcome all Will-related questions and are here to assist wherever possible.

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