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We are now living longer than ever before. The likelihood of us losing capacity at some point, whether through dementia, illness or accident, is becoming an accepted part of life. It is often assumed that those closest to us will simply take over and make decisions about our finances and health care if we could no longer look after our affairs. However, suppose you are considered to have lost mental capacity. In that case, financial institutions, such as your bank, will usually freeze all your bank accounts, even if they’re joint accounts, and prevent any access to funds.

While a Will is an essential legal document that ensures your wishes relating to your estate are distributed in the way you want it, a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a crucial document for when you are alive. An LPA can appoint people you want to take care of your affairs when you are considered as not being in the full capacity to make your own decisions. It will also avoid costly and lengthy Court of Protection proceedings to appoint someone to look after your property and finances and healthcare decisions.


Certainty Estate Planning is a Will Writing and Estate Planning Service based in the United Kingdom. Our experts have over 20 years of experience and are available to meet you online or in person.


Your Will is one of the most important legal documents that you can write in your lifetime.
Not only is it fundamental to make sure your Will is written and complete, it is also vital that your Will is updated and valid.


Making your Will is the first step in ensuring that your family is protected in the event of your death.
However, there is more you can do to protect your estate from unnecessary taxes.


Certainty Estate Planning is offering everyone a Free Will Review Service. It is done to ensure that your Will is up to date and accurate at all times. During your Free Will Review meeting, we will ask you a set of questions that will help you to establish whether an update of your existing Will is needed. You will also be given an update on the latest changes in the law and Will Writing and recommendation on the Will Writing best practices.

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