Specialist Wills, Probate, Tax and Trusts solicitor Victoria Motley, talks about how she can help you plan for your family's future with help from Forbes Solicitors
Hello, my name's Victoria and I'm one of the solicitors working in the Wills, Probate, Tax and Trusts department. I can help you plan for your family's future.
We can help you make a will, put in place a lasting power of attorney, set up a trust to protect an asset or a family member, we can offer advice on inheritance tax planning and help you plan for the succession of your family business.
We recognise that our clients want more than just the legal documents. They need practical advice to get the best for their family.
So if you want help planning for your future and your family's future then please contact us today via the enquiry form on the website or telephone us.
At Forbes Solicitors our specialist team of Wills, Probate, Tax and Trusts Lawyers work to ensure the smooth transfer of wealth from one generation to the next and to safeguard your financial security. Our team can quickly cater for your individual needs providing sensitive, timely and thorough legal advice on a wide range of matters. You can get in touch by calling us on freephone 0800 975 2463.
Forbes Solicitors are experts in these complex areas of law, but you will find the legal advice we offer is straightforward and easy to understand. Whether you are a family member or executor, dealing with a will after a person's death can be a complex affair, which is why our team is dedicated to ensuring the process is dealt with care and compassion.
A Will (or testament) is a legal document which outlines your wishes in terms of distributing your property or assets. It lets you have control over who gets your possessions when you pass away and it is advised that you get legal assistance to ensure your Will is understood the way you want it to be. Additionally, your Will needs to have a formal witness and signature in order to ensure its validity.
Probate is the name given to describe the legal procedure to implement a person's Will or administer their estate. If you leave a Will, your executors may apply for a Grant of Probate. If you do not leave a Will, the person entitled to deal with your estate may need to apply for a Grant of Letters of Administration. The Grant will then allow you to administer the deceased's estate.
We have expert solicitors available at each of our offices in Accrington, Blackburn, Chorley, Manchester and Preston. Whether you need to talk to someone about creating a Will, or you need legal support in regards to Inheritance Tax, there's a legal professional at Forbes Solicitors who will be able to assist you. We can also offer fixed fee services for Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Probate.
Ways in which we can help include:
In order to guarantee we can deliver the best service, Forbes Solicitors is a member of the Certainty National Registry of Wills. Registering your Will with Certainty ensures that it is easily traceable by your beneficiaries and not overlooked.
Forbes Solicitors is a member of the Certainty National Registry of Wills. Registering your Will with Certainty ensures that it is easily traceable by your beneficiaries and not overlooked.
Get in touch to see how our experts could help you.
Wills, Probate, Tax & Trusts
21 Sep 2016
Forbes Solicitors is celebrating after receiving 31 recommendations for its lawyers and services in the 2016…
All staff were helpful and approachable. Victoria Motley made what is a daunting experience bearable.
The staff were very friendly and approachable.
There was a quick and clear response to all questions raised.
The service I received from Victoria Motley was excellent.
Thanks to Victoria Motley. Very professional and efficient firm.
Everything was explained fully to us in terms we understood. Thank you Jennifer for making things so easy for us.
Approachable, professional and friendly service. A strong combination, thank you.
May I personally thank you for your professionalism and courtesy throughout our meetings.
The service provided was first class