Wills & LPA
Wills & Lasting Power of Attorney
Planning for the future with a professionally written will or joint will and lasting power of attorney (LPA) is a critical step in safeguarding your legacy and ensuring your wishes are honoured. At Online Probate, we recognise the importance of obtaining expert guidance during this vital process. Our extensive network of accomplished legal advisors spans across the UK and Wales, offering you exceptional service at your convenience. With years of experience, our advisors simplify the complexities involved, helping you navigate your unique circumstances and select the appropriate documents and products tailored to your preferences.
We provide flexible options, including in-home consultations, phone consultations, or video conferencing, with availability from 9am to 8pm, Monday to Thursday, and 9am to 5pm on Fridays. Trust us to guide you through the journey of securing your future with confidence and peace of mind.
Your Choice - How to Get in Touch and Arrange Your Will
Arrange a Phone Appointment
Simply call us on 0800 920 2939, and it will be our pleasure to assist you.
Arrange a Video Call
In addition to phone consultations, we can virtually meet you to discuss various options. Call us on 0800 920 2939 and request a video appointment.
Arrange a Home Visit
If you prefer face-to-face consultations, we can arrange for one of our experienced advisors to visit you in the comfort of your home. Call us on 0800 920 2939 and request a home visit.
*Home visits incur an additional charge.
Will and LPA Costs
*Please note that costs relating to the LPAs exclude the registration fees to be made payable.
Here's what happens next
will contact you according to your preference (phone / video / home visit).
attentively listen to your needs and provide clear advice, enabling you to confidently make decisions.
a welcome pack outlining the chosen course of action.
Our legal team
will commence the creation of your essential legal documents.
a draft document to you for your review and any desired modifications.
Once you're satisfied
the final document will be created and your legal documents will be securely stored with us.
Wills and Trusts
One of the most beneficial things you can do for your family and loved ones is to set up a Will before you die. As a legally binding document, it ensures that your last wishes are carried out correctly. More importantly, having a Will in place can ensure that your family is not lumbered with unexpected costs.
A basic Will outlines the facts – you decide who is having what and choose whether you want to store your Will with us. With extensive experience in Will Writing, we make sure that it’s legally binding and secure.
Alternatively, you can use our expert knowledge and legal expertise to set up Trusts. Ideal for more complex or larger estates, Trusts can ensure that you’re not paying unnecessary inheritance taxes and protects those who may benefit the most.
Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)
In conjunction with setting up your Will, as this will not only save you money but also consolidate decision-making. LPAs are just as important as having a Will because they give you some level of control while you’re still alive and capable of making decisions. With consolidate decision-making. LPAs are just as important as having a Will because they give your chosen loved ones the ability to make decisions on your behalf regarding your finances or health and care should you be physically or mentally unable to deal with them yourself.
If you become mentally or physically incapacitated following an illness or accident, you won’t be able to access money that you may need for care without an LPA. Appointing LPAs to a friend or relative that you trust gives them the legal power to manage your finances and or healthcare on your behalf. With Example, If you become mentally or physically incapacitated following an illness or accident, you may not be able to access money that you may need for care without an LPA. By Appointing a friend or relative that you trust as your attorney(s) this will give them the legal power to manage your finances and or healthcare on your behalf should you be unable to do so yourself.