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Professional Will Solicitors in Windsor, Berkshire | Lasting Powers of Attorney in Windsor, Berkshire

Expert advice and guidance from our Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney team at Charles Coleman LLP, based in Windsor and helping clients across the home counties

Planning for the future by putting a Will and Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in place is the best way to ensure that your loved ones have the support and security that you want them to have. Without these essential documents, there is a risk that your estate might not go where you intended and that your loved ones would have difficulty in helping you out, should you ever become unable to manage your own affairs.

At Charles Coleman Solicitors in Windsor, our Wills and LPA lawyers can work with you to ensure that your financial issues are structured in the right way to benefit those you want when the time comes. We have experience in dealing with all types of estates, including those with complex assets or non-traditional family structures.

As well as in-depth legal understanding, we offer exceptional client care. We will provide the advice and explanations you need and work with you to ensure that you have the right documents in place to provide a secure future for those you care about.

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Why is a Will important?

Your Will is a record of what you would like to happen to your assets after your death. Without a Will, there is a chance that they could pass to someone you would not have chosen to receive them. There is also a risk that a dispute could arise between your family members if they have different opinions as to what your wishes would have been.

Making a Will is your opportunity to take care of your loved ones and ensure that your estate is shared in the way that you want. You can choose who you would like to deal with the administration and who you would like to be a guardian for your children if they are under 18. Without a Will, the court would have to make this decision.

You can also choose how to structure your estate, for example, at what age you would like your children to inherit and whether you wish to leave any of your assets in trust.

We will discuss your situation with you and go through the available options so that you can be sure that your Will exactly reflects your wishes.

Why is a Lasting Power of Attorney important?

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document appointing a trusted relative or close friend to deal with your affairs on your behalf, should you ever be unable to manage them yourself. You can make two types of LPA – an LPA in respect of your property and financial affairs and an LPA in respect of your health and welfare.

You are strongly recommended to put an LPA in place at the same time that you make your Will. An LPA does not need to be used straight away but can be stored until required.

Without an LPA, your family could face difficulties if you ever become unable to manage your own affairs as they would not be able to pay bills or make decisions on your behalf. They would need to make a lengthy and complex application to the Court of Protection. An LPA will give them the legal authority to step in to help you.

If you need to help a relative who has lost the capacity to manage their own affairs, we can help you obtain a deputyship order giving you permission to act on their behalf.

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Our Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney services

We offer a full range of services in respect of both Wills and LPAs, including the following:


Advice on updating your Will

Drafting your Will

Inheritance tax planning


Retirement advice


Registering your Will


Public guardianship and LPAs

Will storage

Digital recording of your Will’s location on the Certainty National Will Register

Contact our Wills solicitors and Lasting Power of Attorney solicitors in Windsor, Berkshire

At Charles Coleman LLP, our Wills and LPAs team has wide expertise, even in complex situations, and we can work with you to make sure you have the right documents in place for a secure future.

If you would like to speak to one of our Wills and LPA lawyers, ring us on 01753 861 115, email us at enquiries@charles-coleman.com or fill in our contact form and we will be happy to help.

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