If you die without having made one, the law dictates how your assets are dealt with. This can sometimes lead to unexpected and unfortunate consequences.
Every adult should make a Will and review it regularly, particularly if their circumstances change, such as they get married, have children or get divorced.
Taking the simple step of making a Will not only ensures that your Estate is dealt with as you would intend.

We will be happy to discuss your requirements without the confusing legal jargon, enabling you to choose the person or persons who will administer your estate, who you wish to leave your assets to and help you to plan for potential inheritance tax implications.

  • Wills
  • Inheritance Tax advice
  • Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Office of care and Protection applications
  • Trusts
  • Care home fees
  • Living Wills
  • Succession Planning For Farmers

If a client is housebound, ill or in a care home we can arrange a home visit to discuss planning your Will.

Law Society Making a Will
Enduring Power of Attorney
Succession Planning for Farmers

Ballymoney 028 2766 2585
Coleraine 028 7034 3180
Antrim 028 9446 2636