Wills, Probate & Powers of Attorney

By: Hart Reade Eastbourne  20/11/2012
Keywords: wills, Tax planning, probate

A Will enables you to set down what you wish to happen to your assets when you die. Wills must be in writing and properly witnessed and there are many strict rules about its contents and the way in which it must be completed. Through many years of experience, Hart Reade’s Probate Departments in Eastbourne, Hailsham and Polegate are able to provide a sympathetic, thoughtful and efficient service in the administration of estates. A Power of Attorney is an important document and you should take great care in choosing your Attorneys. They should be trustworthy and have applicable skills to make the decisions that you are entrusting to them.

Keywords: family law, inheritance tax, Power of Attorney, probate, Probate Lawyer, tax law, Tax planning, wills

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