Our team can personally assist you and provide straight-forward legal advice on issues that involve Personal Inheritance Tax Lasting Power of Attorney the preparation of Wills Tax Planning Administration of Estates
Enoch Evans LLP’s Wills, Tax and Probate Department is proud to be one of the leading providers of private client advice in Walsall, the Black Country and the West Midlands. In March 2014 the Wills, Tax and Probate Department became one of the first in the Country to be accredited as a member of the Law Society Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (‘WIQS’). This scheme ensures that not only is all advice provided to clients in connection with Wills, Probate and Estate Administration of the highest standard, but that the way that advice is delivered means that clients are kept informed of progress and dealt with professionally and sensitively.
Two of the members of the Department are also Fully Accredited Members of Solicitors for the Elderly, which is an organisation that ensures its members are committed to providing and promoting robust, comprehensive independent legal advice to older and vulnerable adults, their families and carers.
In addition, the Wills, Tax and Probate Department also deals with the administration and management of clients financial affairs through Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deputyships where people have lost their ability to deal with this themselves. Both Susan Comrie and Richard Neea are appointed personally as Deputies and Attorneys for a number of clients and ensure that their finances are managed efficiently and in their best interests.
Our areas of work include:
> Preparation of all types of Wills;
> Probate and Estate Administration;
> Inheritance Tax planning;
> Creation and administration of Trusts and Settlements;
> Preparation and Registration of Lasting Powers of Attorney (and Enduring Powers of Attorney);
> Asset protection and care fees;
> Court of Protection Applications
The department encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family. Services cover: divorce, separation, financial settlements and children matters including Care Orders. Visit the department