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Wills & Probate

Estate Planning & Trusts

Lasting Power of Attorney

FREE Review of Your Existing Will

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Providing peace of mind for our family and loved ones is key to estate planning, and PAA are here to help

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I wrote my Will 10 years ago, do I need to update it?

It’s likely that there is no straightforward answer to this question. If there have been major life events during that 10 year period, like the birth of a child or grandchild, the purchase of a house, a significant increase in the value of your assets or if you’ve received an inheritance, we would certainly suggest looking at your Will and we can offer a free review.

We won’t suggest a new Will if it’s not needed but you need to understand the implications of having an out of date Will. We advise reviewing your Will every 2 to 3 years.

How do I refer friends and family?

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I am confused by some of the jargon I’ve read about Wills, can you explain?

Here are some of the terms you might be unsure of:

Testator – The person making the Will

Executor – The person, people or professionals appointed in the Will to administer the estate when the testator dies.

Trustee – The person, people or professionals appointed in the Will or trust deed to manage any trusts arising from the Will or set up in lifetime.

Chattels – This is typically personal (moveable) possessions like furniture, jewellery, or personal items.

Codicil – This is an amendment to a Will (often only minor).

Intestacy – The term given when someone passes away without a Will.

Probate – Being granted probate is being given the right, by the court, to wind up the estate of the testator.

What happens during an appointment, and what preparation do I need to do?

We send confirmation of any appointment and ask you to think about what your wishes are for your estate and we’ll ask you to have I.D ready.

Most of our discussion will take place during the appointment. Firstly, we will ask questions to understand your wishes and motivations and together we can put a plan in place to protect, preserve and pass on your wealth.

Can I change my Will?

At any point you are able to change your Will. It can either be done via a codicil or by writing a new Will. Simply contact us for assistance.

Get in Touch

Contact our friendly team and we will be happy to arrange an appointment for you. We realise that convenience is essential, so we will happily take appointments at your home/ office, or at our office in Tyldesley or by video or phone call daytime or evenings.

We listen to you

At your appointment, we’ll listen to your wishes and discuss your options. Our services are designed to make the process as easy as possible, providing support through the journey of writing and preparing your will, and any lasting powers of attorney.

All sorted

Your Will is drafted by our legal department and sent to you for approval. We will arrange a second visit to complete your documents. We ensure you have a thorough understanding of the whole process.


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