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We are a trusted and well established solicitors based in Warrington since 1989. Some of the services we offer are set out below, but please get in touch using our contact page if you would like to talk to us or require further information.

EQUITY RELEASE

Equity Release is a way of releasing the value tied up in your home without having to sell it. Using Equity Release you can raise money to spend now on whatever you want and continue living in your home.

Equity Release is a way of releasing the value tied up in your home without having to sell it. Using Equity Release you can raise money to spend now on whatever you want and continue living in your home.

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WILLS

A Will is a very important legal document and everybody should have one. It is often assumed that if you die everything you own will pass to your partner but this may not be the case.

A Will is a very important legal document and everybody should have one. It is often assumed that if you die everything you own will pass to your partner but this may not be the case.

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PROBATE

“Probate” is used to describe the process of administering a deceased persons estate when a Will has been made and an Executor or Executors have been appointed in it.

We are often asked, “Do I need probate if there is a will?” The answer is “Yes unless the estate is very small”

“Probate” is used to describe the process of administering a deceased persons estate when a Will has been made and an Executor or Executors have been appointed in it. If there is no Will the process is referred to as “Administration”…

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LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY

A Power of Attorney is a legal document which authorises another person to act on your behalf.

A Power of Attorney is a legal document which authorises another person to act on your behalf in connection with your legal affairs. Your Attorney can do anything you authorise them to do in the same way as you could do it for yourself, for example, if you say so, your attorney can operate your bank accounts, enter into contracts on your behalf and buy and sell property for you.

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COURT OF PROTECTION

The Court of Protection deals with matters for people who cannot make decisions for themselves

It regularly happens that a person loses capacity to make decisions for themselves without having previously made a Lasting Power of Attorney. If they made a valid Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) prior to October 2007 this can be used as authority to act on their behalf but the EPA will need to be registered with the Office of The Public Guardian.

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