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  • Overview

    Thomson Snell & Passmore has responded to the Law Commission’s consultation on the law of wills. Our private client lawyers are experts in the law of wills, tax and mental capacity so are well placed to comment on the proposed changes.

    The key law in this area is contained in an Act of Parliament dating from 1837 and would greatly benefit from modernisation. Thomson Snell & Passmore welcomes many of the Law Commission’s proposals. 

    You can find out what was included in our response as follows: Law Commission Response - Thomson Snell & Passmore

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    Elderly & Vulnerable Clients

    Our team of specialist lawyers has a wealth of knowledge and experience in providing advice on the law as it affects the elderly and vulnerable. We pride ourselves on offering sympathetic and practical advice to our clients.

    Probate

    A probate lawyer will give you clear guidance about the different levels of service on offer, the steps involved, the costs and probable timings.

    Wills, Trusts & Tax Planning

    Our specialist lawyers provide high quality, intelligent advice that is comprehensive, considered and clear.

    Wills, gifts and other applications

    Our Court of Protection team is one of the most experienced in the country in advising deputies and attorneys on formal applications for gifts, wills and property transactions, such as applying to the Court for authority to replace a co-owner of a property who has lost capacity.

    Inheritance Act claims

    A lawyer can often find alternatives to court proceedings in Inheritance Act claims, preventing heavy costs and damage to relationships.  

    Probate disputes

    When someone dies, bitter disputes can arise between family members or between family and non-family beneficiaries such as charities.

    Inheritance Tax advice

    Inheritance Tax can often be minimised with careful planning.

    Will disputes

    Our expert lawyers include members of The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists and are experts in dealing with these types of disputes. They will adopt a sensitive but commercial approach, looking for innovative solutions, and will strive to get the best outcome for you.

    Trust disputes

    Our expert lawyers include members of The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists and are experts in dealing with these types of disputes. They will adopt a sensitive but commercial approach, looking for innovative solutions, and will strive to get the best outcome for you.

    Trust creation & management

    Creating a trust can have tax and other advantages.

    Wills & estate planning

    A will is an essential part of your personal financial planning.  

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