At Glaisyers, we understand that once you’ve retired, matters concerning wills, powers of attorney and estate planning can be a major cause of worry. We’ve advised many people in your situation and we’re here to help and support you.
Our friendly, professional lawyers take the time to listen and really understand your wishes, before giving clear, straightforward advice. You might have asked a relative to make enquiries on your behalf, but when we act for you, you can be sure that you are our priority, regardless of whether or not your family agree with your decisions.
And whatever your requirements, we’ll do everything we can to help, making the whole process as easy and stress-free as possible for you.
More information about issues commonly raised by our clients can be found on our website. But if you’d like to discuss your situation with one of our specialists in estate planning and powers of attorney, they’ll be happy to talk things through.