None of us wants to think about a time when we’re no longer here. But we all want to make sure that when the worst happens our affairs are in order to ensure a secure future for our families. That’s where we come in – our team offer a friendly ear with the expert long-term vision to help you create a will, administer trusts and ensure proper protection of your estate.
“Christine was professional in all aspects. Explained everything fully & did not hesitate when having to go over certain important points. Friendly with a great sense of humour & made us feel welcome.”
From the first time we meet we’ll take the time to really get to know you, so that we understand the intricacies of what you need. We offer you clear, legal advice from experts in each field of law so that you can make the best decision for you. We put you first. We listen. And offer you a personal service that you can depend on.How We Work
When planning your legacy you’ll work closely with a lawyer who’ll take time to fully understand your individual circumstance and help you make the best plan for the future.
Everyone’s personal and financial circumstances are unique, so we’ll help you ensure your will reflects your individual situation. We offer friendly, practical advice and together we can ensure that your wishes are respected and that your assets are protected for the benefit of your loved ones.
At Boyce Hatton you’ll find a comprehensive wills service that carefully considers your assets and personal arrangements, including:
We know you want to pass on as much of your estate to your loved ones and beneficiaries as possible. That’s why we’ll help you to write your will and structure your assets and investments to provide the most tax-efficient means of passing on your estate.
Our accomplished lawyers will provide planning and impartial legal guidance on asset structures to help you protect your business and family assets during your lifetime and beyond.
The Boyce Hatton team have also specifically trained to become Solicitors for the Elderly, working closely with agencies who are ‘dementia friendly’. So if you’re looking to make arrangements for a family member who is suffering with dementia, you can rest assured that you’ll be working with lawyers who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in this area.
We also work closely with tax specialists and Independent Financial Advisors who can provide additional, impartial advice on complex tax and investment matters.