Why should I choose JWK Solicitors for my private client work?
Because we will take the time to find out what is unique to your circumstances and to provide you with the appropriate advice.
The experience of our trusted and personable Private Client team will enable us to deal with your affairs seriously but with a lightness of touch.
You can't take your money with you when you die, but with our help you can make the best possible decision as to what happens to it whilst you are still alive or after your death.
Our services include:
- Probate / Letters of Administration
- Inheritance Tax Planning
- Family Trusts
- Lasting Power of Attorney / Court of Protection Applications
What will I have to pay?
Most people are concerned about the costs of legal advice and therefore JWK Solicitors offer fixed prices where appropriate - such as for straightforward Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Family Trusts. Probate work can also often be carried out on a fixed fee basis so that you have certainty at the outset as to what you will have to pay.
For more complicated work, or where the amount of work is uncertain at the outset, we will seek to give you clear guidance after your first meeting with us.
JWK can help you. Get in touch today
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Tony has worked at JWK Solicitors (and Whiteside and Knowles before the merger) since 1978. Tomy is recommended in the Legal 500, for agriculture and country... Read more
Rebecca Mitchell-Smith is a Solicitor and joined JWK's Private Client department in 2017, following five and a half years spent working at another local firm. Rebecca... Read more
Sarah qualified in 2006 and joined our Private Client department in June 2015. Sarah has always specialised in private client work and advises clients on matters relating to... Read more
Charles Wilson qualified as a Solicitor in 1977 having trained with Percy Hughes & Roberts of Hamilton Square, Birkenhead. On qualification he moved to Cumbria and spent... Read more
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