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    Lasting Power of Attorney

    It's vital to have our affairs organised in the event of death. Many people make a Will with us as we're able to produce a legal document called a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) that enables you to appoint a person/persons to handle your affairs in your absence.

    Wills, Trusts and Estate

    Omega Wills will come to your home, listen to what you want and then, draft your will according to your instructions.
    The process of making a Will should be relatively painless and as a guide, our process starts with a Free 1 Hour Consultation.

    Business Wills

    Business owners should know that there are several reasons why a simple Will may not be efficient or sufficient and a more comprehensive Business Will might be required. Your children or other beneficiaries may be obliged to hand over 40% of their inheritance to the government.

    Why have a will?

    The absence of a Will can cause problems, heartbreak, financial hardship and unnecessary expense for your family at the worst possible time.
    For a small investment of time and money, you can write what you want in your will, protecting your loved ones whilst enjoying peace of mind.

    To avoid dying ‘intestate’ (without a will) and allowing your possessions to be distributed according to the law of intestacy. In your will, you can appoint a guardian, a person of your choice to look after your children if you should die before they reach 18.
    It is commonly believed that husbands and wives are automatically entitled to inherit everything from each other. This is not the case.

    It becomes even worse if you are not married, as your partner won’t inherit your estate and fathers, may not have automatic guardianship of their own children.

    Increased property values may make your estate liable to Inheritance Tax (Death Duties). This can be minimised or even eliminated by a carefully written will.

    Will Making

    Have you made a Will or have you recently reviewed and updated your Will if you already have one? It doesn’t matter what age you are, if you have any assets you should have a legally binding Will so that your loved ones are taken care of and your wishes are followed when you pass away or if you become unable to manage your own affairs.

    Making a will can be a complex process and we will be able to ensure that you have total peace of mind. Many married people or cohabiting couples think that if they die intestate i.e. without a Will, then their partner will automatically inherit everything. This is not always the case and it could be that children or even other members of the family could have a claim against the deceased’s estate.

    There are so many things you need to think about when you are writing or updating your Will. What would happen to your children if they are under the age of 18? You must appoint Guardians to look after them in the event of your death. Circumstances such as divorce, cohabiting and re-marriage and any related arrangements regarding children may also affect the appointment of who becomes their Guardians.

    If you get divorced you may want to remove all mention of your ex-spouse, but unless the Will is properly drawn up it can cancel your Will altogether. Marriage or re-marriage will revoke your Will unless it has been written to include that particular marriage.
    You will also want to minimise any Inheritance tax liability and we can advise you on all aspects of estate administration. You don’t want all your hard-earned money ending up going to the tax man. Your Will can also implement ways of ensuring that, if you need residential care in the future, money is protected for your children and it doesn’t all go on nursing home fees.

    We’ve got a very experienced specialist team who will be both sympathetic and pragmatic, advising you on every aspect of often complex and emotionally charged areas. We understand that you want your loved ones to be provided for in the event of your death or incapacity and that you also don’t want to add to their considerable distress if your affairs aren’t in order.

    We're here to help you through life's eventualities.

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