Registering an enduring power of attorney


This article describes how you go about registering/activating an enduring power of attorney (EPA), allowing you (the ‘attorney’) to make decisions regarding someone else’s (the ‘donor’s’) assets and property, on their behalf. To be clear, the enduring power of attorney has now been replaced by the lasting power of attorney as such, this article only …

The Role of an Executor


An executor(s) is the individual or group of individuals who are charged with administering estate distribution under the terms of a will. Up to four may be appointed. The tasks associated with this function may be onerous, it is for this reason that one benefiting from the will (and so interested in its taking effect) is often appointed to the role.

Cost Of A Will?

Cost Of A Will?

A will is the means by which an individual (one making a will is known as a testator) sets out what is to happen to their assets on death.

The cost of a simple will may range from £20 for a ‘do it yourself’ (DIY) product to several thousand pounds for a document drafted by a solicitor, at an hourly rate.

Choosing Between a Joint Will and a Single Will

We specialise in general wills for single people, married people and those living within a Civil Partnership. There are a number of different types of wills to choose from and it’s important that you choose the right one for you. Single wills, mirror wills, single wills made before marriage and joint wills.