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Davis Gregory

A private client law firm able to assist clients across the UK in the following areas: • Personal injury • Property • Family disputes • Wills, probate, trusts and administration of estates • Debt collection and other civil disputes We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and user friendliness, which is shown buy the high proportion of repeat business and personal recommendations that we receive

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Assured Wills

I am a specialist Will Writer & Estate Planner based near Oxford. I offer totally free advice and clients only pay if they employ my services to draft your documents. I am very happy clients in their own home and I cover a wide area including West London, and Buckinghamshire as well as Oxfordshire. My particular expertise includes Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorneys and Asset Protection.

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Mandara Wills

We arrange Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney for Clients. Most people fully understand what a Will is but fewer understand what a Lasting Power of Attorney is so I have detailed below an explanation What is a Lasting Power of Attorney? An LPA is a legal document that you (the Donor) create using a specific form. It allows you to choose someone you trust (the Attorney) now to make decisions on your behalf about property and financial affairs as well as health and medical matters at a time in the future when you no longer wish to make those decisions, or you lack the mental capacity to make those decisions. A donor has to have mental capacity in order to create a Lasting Powers of Attorney ie: understand what they are doing and what they are signing. So you need to plan ahead because anyone’s health can change overnight. The consequences of incapacity can be dire, ranging from frozen investments and bank accounts (even those held jointly), through to a stranger being appointed by the Court of Protection to take over all the donor’s financial affairs, irrespective of what your family know to be your true wishes. There are two types of LPA • A property and financial affairs LPA is for decisions about finances, such as selling the Donor's house or managing their bank account. • A health and welfare LPA is for decisions about both health and personal welfare, such as where to live, day-to-day care or having medical treatment. If you wish this can include giving your attorney(s) the authority to give or refuse consent to life sustaining treatment. An Attorney is appointed to make decisions as if they were the Donor themselves, but must always act in the Donor's best interests. Who can make an LPA? - Any adult aged 18 or over, including foreign nationals, holding assets in England and Wales, who have the capacity to understand can make an LPA, and appoint one or more Attorneys to make decisions on their behalf. You cannot make an LPA jointly with another person; each LPA is for an individual. Who does what in an LPA? A Donor is the person covered by the LPA and who appoints others to act as his or her Attorney(s) to make decisions about his or her health and welfare, property and financial affairs or both in the future. A Replacement Attorney is a person nominated by the donor to replace an Attorney if that Attorney cannot or will not act on behalf of the donor A Named Person is someone chosen by the Donor to be notified when they apply to register their LPA. They have the right to object to the registration of the LPA if they have concerns about the registration. A Certificate Provider must confirm that the Donor understands the LPA and that the Donor is not under any pressure to sign it. A Witness is someone who signs to confirm that they have witnessed the Donor and/or the Attorney signing their respective parts of the LPA. continued overleaf……. The LPA form is made up of four parts: First Part - The Donor's Statement: This is where you give the details of who you want to appoint to make decisions for you in the future, and how you want them to act on your behalf. You can provide the names of anyone you wish to be notified (named persons) when the LPA is registered with the OPG. Second Part - The Certificate Provider's Statement: Only certain people can be certificate providers, and is someone who must speak with you privately to satisfy themselves that you understand the nature of the document and that there has been no fraud or undue pressure placed upon you. Third Part - The Attorney's Statement: Everyone you choose as an Attorney will need to provide their personal details and confirm that they understand their legal duties should they need to act as your Attorney. Fourth Part - The Donor or Attorney's Statement to Register the LPA: This part must be completed and dated on or after the first, second and third part have been completed and signed. Registration of an LPA An LPA must be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) before it can be used. An unregistered LPA will not give the Attorney any legal powers to make a decision for the Donor. The Donor can register the LPA while they have capacity, or the Attorney can apply to register the LPA at any time. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 The Mental Capacity Act 2005 for England and Wales provides a framework to empower and protect people who may lack capacity to make some decisions for themselves. It makes it clear who can take decisions in which situations, and how they should go about this. It also allows people to plan ahead for a time when they may lack capacity. It will cover major decisions about someone's property and affairs, healthcare treatment and where the person lives, as well as everyday decisions about personal care (such as what the person eats), where the person lacks capacity to make those decisions themselves. Mandara Wills and Estate Planning East Horsley 01483 286852

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Who is this for?

Me and my partner

Which of these do you already have?

I have no current Will, Lasting Power of Attorney or Trust

Which service(s) do you require?

Will

When would you like to have the paperwork completed by?

In the next month or so

What is the total value of the estate? (include cash, shares, property and other assets)

£300k-£500k

How would you like to receive the service?

Face to face

What are you hoping to achieve?

Peace of mind

Any additional details?

We want to write mirror wills

Margaret

Who is this for?

Me and my partner

Which of these do you already have?

Will

Which service(s) do you require?

Will

When would you like to have the paperwork completed by?

In the next week

What is the total value of the estate? (include cash, shares, property and other assets)

£300k-£500k

How would you like to receive the service?

Im not sure

What are you hoping to achieve?

A will

Any additional details?

I need to have a will written up (I have a draft) for me and my husband as quickly as possible

Sam

Who is this for?

Me, my partner and our children

Which of these do you already have?

Will

Which service(s) do you require?

Will, Trust

When would you like to have the paperwork completed by?

In the next 2-3 months

What is the total value of the estate? (include cash, shares, property and other assets)

£1m-£2m

How would you like to receive the service?

Face to face

What are you hoping to achieve?

IHT Planning

Any additional details?

Minimise exposure to Inheritance tax and charges against my estate for social care.

Leslie
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