Lewis Law: Founded in 1972 

Expert Will writers and Probate

Will Writing by a Professional Solicitor

Lewis Law, a professional qualified solicitor who has been practicing and writing wills for over forty years. ( Covid-19 Notice - We can operate remotely and adhere to government guidelines while ensuring your will is created, signed and witnesses correctly. Phone us on 073 0819 0819 or e-mail us info@wills-probate.info

 

Always use a qualified and experienced solicitor to prepare your legal will for you. DO NOT USE the "do it yourself" will documents available online. Such a document may not be a legally binding will and your estate may not be distributed as you had intended.

 

Lewis Law can prepare a valid and legal will and in the event of your passing we can apply for a ‘grant of probate’ on behalf of your estate.

 

We can also arrange for secure storage of your will, ensuring everything is done correctly. Always use a qualified Solicitor.

Lewis Law Services

01.

Will Writing

Lewis Law are available to write, prepare and execute a bespoke will for you or your families. We can create a will for a single person or a will for a number of family members and incorporate assumed trusts into your will ensuring that your estate is distributed according to your last wishes.

02.

Probate

Probate is when your legal representative applies for the right to deal with your property, money and possessions (your ‘estate’ when you pass away, this is called ‘applying for probate’.

If the person dies and has left a will, its a ‘grant of probate’.

 

If the person dies and did not leave a will, its ‘letters of administration’.

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03.

Trust

A trust can be incorporated into your will in a number of ways. In simple terms, a trust is a legal relationship in which the legal title to property is entrusted to a person or legal entity with a duty to hold and use it for another's benefit. The party who entrusts the property is known as the "settlor", the party to whom the property is entrusted is known as the "trustee", the party for whose benefit the property is entrusted is known as the "beneficiary".

04.

Power of Attorney

A Power of attorney is a legal device that can be set up by a person (the donor) during his/her life when he/she is in good mental health. It allows another specially appointed person (the attorney) to take actions on you the donor's behalf if you are absent, abroad or incapacitated through a debilitating illness

Will Writing emergency service

Call: 073 0819 0819

Preparing your will is simple if you follow our process

  1. Fill in the online form or call us.

  2. We send you the prepared will.

  3. Sign it in the presence of two witnesses.

  4. Send the Will to us for secure storage.

 

A recent Change in the law means you can have you will witnessed via a video conference facility. Call for more information.

Call or email us in confidence.

Tel - 073 0819 0819 or

 

E-mail: info@wills-probate.info