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Wills & Probate Solicitors

Wills & Probate Solicitors

Wills & Probate Solicitors

Else Solicitors are justifiably proud of the range and quality of legal services we provide for individuals and families.

Legally protecting loved ones’ interests and managing assets are the most important priorities for the majority of people.

Unexpected things can happen to anybody, so preparing for the worst is always best approach to have.

What We Do Best

Else Solicitors specialise in providing families with considered, practical, and sensitive advice.

Our private client services team, headed by Kathryn Caple, focus on supplying guidance on financial and family matters to individuals that want to prepare for the future and protect their loved-ones in their Will.

In addition to our Wills and estate administration (probate) services, we help people to prepare Lasting Powers of Attorney. These ensure that the person, or people you want to make decisions about your care and finances is able to if you cannot.

Wills and Probate guideElse are also experts at setting-up and handling trusts, deputyships and inheritance tax cases. We can help you to look after your hard-earned wealth.

We build productive, long-term relationships, with our clients and their families. By listening to you and examining your individual circumstances, we strive to establish a deep understanding of your situation and needs.

Take a look at our Executor Duties Guide for more useful tips and advice.

If you would like to discuss your situation with one of our Will solicitors contact 01283 526200. Alternatively, you can email info@elselaw.co.uk and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.

BBC Radio Derby interview with Kathryn Caple

March 15, 2018

Earlier this year we launched the ‘Else Inheritance Quiz: Who Gets What?’ (it’s still available online if you want to test your knowledge, and can be found by clicking here). The quiz has certainly got people thinking, and talking too! Its now been pic …

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Refund Opportunity: Power of Attorney fees

February 20, 2018

On 1st February 2018 the Government agreed to refund overpaid Lasting Power of Attorney registration fees. The fee is simply supposed to cover operating costs, but while these have decreased in recent years, the fee remained the same at £110. Full deta …

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