Private Client Lawyers

Protecting yourself and your family has never been more important. Making sure your assets and wealth are handled as you wish and that your loved ones are taken care of when you are no longer able to make decisions for yourself is a complex matter.

Our specialist private client lawyers provide comprehensive legal advice and solutions to protect your wealth, plan for your future, and ensure your wishes are carried out. We understand the importance of discretion, sensitivity, and meticulous planning when it comes to your personal affairs.

Our experience includes :-

  • Wills –  Find out more on our Will Writing Service dedicated page. If you already have a Will, you should take the time to consider how your circumstances might change in the future or, perhaps, have already changed since the document was written. Now might be the perfect time to let Wellers help you update your Will to suit your new estate planning wishes.
  • Succession and Estate Planning – We work with families and businesses to help them manage their wealth and assets efficiently, now and on into the future. There are numerous planning options and strategies available to help families and businesses optimise and manage their wealth effectively. Planning how you wish your estate and business assets to be transferred forward is an essential factor in enabling your legacy to be protected and continued.
  • Trusts – protect and manage your assets in your lifetime and for the benefit of others when you have passed away.
  • Lasting Power of Attorney – making sure your wishes are carried out and you are protected when no longer able to make decisions for yourself. A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) allows you to choose who will make decisions about your health, welfare and finances if you lose the capacity to make such decisions due to an accident or ill health, such as dementia.
  • Probate and Estate Administration – Legal assistance for executors and family members when someone has died.
  • Disputed wills and problems with probate or executors – for when you believe a Will is not valid or if you are concerned about the way a deceased person’s estate is being administered.
  • Court of Protection and Deputyship – when someone loses mental capacity to deal with their affairs and there is no valid Lasting Power of Attorney in place, it will fall to the Court of Protection (CoP) to appoint a deputy who can represent them.

Please call us for further advice on 020 8464 4242 or email to talk to one of our team of solicitors.

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