Wills, Probate & LPA


We pride ourselves on supporting and making a difference to the lives of our clients.

Our team

We have a wealth of experience and training to help put you at ease when dealing with complex, life changing issues.

Contact us

Contact us for an initial free consultation. We will handle your legal issues with care.


 Trust us to help and support you

Whether you are planning for later life, need help supporting your loved ones, or are recently bereaved, we will give you the right legal help when you need it. Our expertise includes wills, trusts, probate, and legal services for older people. We have experience in dealing with Court of Protection matters for vulnerable adults, children and the elderly, and members of our team are court appointed Deputy’s.

We are members of Solicitors for the Elderly and our teams are Dementia Friends.

We provide free initial legal advice, without obligation, on making or updating a Will, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Inheritance and tax planning, or Probate. Call our legal team on 0800 614 722 or contact us online.


Our Services


We can help you write a will, or review an existing will, that ensures what you leave goes to those you want it to….more

Powers of Attorney

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) allows you to choose someone to deal with financial or personal matters on your behalf if you can’t. LPA’s are important legal documents that give individuals the opportunity to plan for crucial future decisions relating to their healthcare, property, money and care plans….more

Trust and Tax Planning

Our specialist team can offer practical advice on a wide range of trust and tax planning matters, such as inheritance tax and capital gains tax planning through to the creation and administration of trusts, including pilot trusts and personal injury trusts…more

Court of Protection

As members of the Court of Protection approved Panel of Deputies and currently only one of a handful of panel deputies in Lancashire, our team can look after the financial affairs of people who are unable to make decisions for themselves. For example this may be as a result of an acquired brain injury, an injury at birth, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease….more

Care Funding

The law affecting care funding is complicated and can have major repercussions if procedures are not diligently followed. So it’s essential to get advice from specialist lawyers with experience of successfully and sensitively handling matters similar to yours…more

Asset Preservation

We can help you ensure that the assets that you have worked so hard to build up over your lifetime, are preserved to be passed down to your loved ones or the next generation. We can advise on the possible options to preserve your assets in the event that you may need long-term care….more


We can take care of the complex issues involved with administering a loved one’s estate after their death…..more



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