Wills and Estate Planning

Death and taxes may be two of life’s certainties, but an astutely planned Will can ensure that assets are disposed of according to your wishes. Making a Will is usually inexpensive but failure to do so can be both stressful and expensive to those you leave behind. At HHD, we prepare Wills in a tax efficient, informed and sensitive manner to for the interests of all concerned.

Administration of Estates

After the loss of a loved one, it is often difficult to attend to their affairs. We can help. We promise to deal with you promptly, efficiently and sensitively. We will explain what needs to be done, whether the deceased person has a will or not. We will advise if Inheritance Tax is to be paid and what steps can be taken to minimise any potential Inheritance Tax liability. We can also advise on claims that may be made against the estate of a deceased person.

In the unfortunate event that a dispute should arise in the administration of an estate, we are available to represent either the Administrator or beneficiary.

Enduring Power of Attorney

We at HHD can advise you on and prepare a document which is also known as a living will which will ensure your affairs are taken care of in the of your incapacity due to mental or physical ill health.

Home visits are available on request

HHD participate in the annual charity event known as WILL AID

For further information and advice please contact one of our team:

028 90770770




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