Manchester Wills, Trusts and Probate Solicitors

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  • ABMF

    We're on YOUR side!

    ABMF

    We're on YOUR side!

    42 Ringley Drive, Manchester, Lancashire, M45 7LR

    07970291197

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  • Broudie Jackson Canter

    Making a difference through the practice of law

    Broudie Jackson Canter

    Broudie Jackson Canter

    Making a difference through the practice of law

    111 Piccadilly, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 2HY

    0161 468 1234

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  • Jmr Solicitors LLP

    Jmr Solicitors LLP

    JMR Solicitors, 429 Chester Road, Old Trafford, Manchester, Lancashire, M16 9HA

    0161 491 3933

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  • Ralli Solicitors LLP

    Ralli Solicitors LLP

    Ralli Solicitors LLP

    Brook House, 64-72 Spring Gardens, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M2 2BQ

    0161 832 6131

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  • Monarch Solicitors Ltd

    Monarch Solicitors Ltd

    Monarch Solicitors Ltd

    Express Networks, 1 George Leigh Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M4 5DL

    0161 820 8888

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  • Weightmans LLP

    Weightmans LLP

    Pall Mall Court, 61-67 King Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M2 4PD

    0161 214 0500

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  • Longespe & Co

    Longespe & Co

    Suites 3a & 3c, 81 King Street, Manchester, M2 4ah, Manchester, Lancashire, M2 4AH

    1612369403

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  • Aaron & Partners LLP

    Aaron & Partners LLP

    Pall Mall Court, 61-67 King Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M2 4PD

    0844 800 8346

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  • Henry's Solicitors Limited

    Henry's Solicitors Limited

    15th Floor, 111 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2HY

    0161 820 5055

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  • Kennedys Law LLP

    Kennedys Law LLP

    44 Peter Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M2 5GP

    0161 829 2599

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  • Fieldings Porter

    Fieldings Porter

    1st Floor, 86 King Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M2 4WQ

    0161 834 4722

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  • MTA Solicitors LLP

    MTA Solicitors LLP

    5 New York Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M1 4JB

    0208 437 0731

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  • Taylors

    Taylors

    Ninth Floor, 80 Mosley Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M2 3FX

    0844 8000 263

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  • Pannone Trust Corporation Limited

    Pannone Trust Corporation Limited

    123 Deansgate, Manchester, Lancashire, M3 2BU

    1619093000

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  • Bermans (2012) Limited

    Bermans (2012) Limited

    Cardinal House, 20 St. Marys Parsonage, Manchester, Lancashire, M3 2LY

    0161 827 4600

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Find Manchester Wills, Trusts and Probate Solicitors

Do you want a good probate, wills and trusts solicitor in Manchester? Here, you can see company profiles about every solicitors in the region that can help you write or amend a will or provide support with probate related issues. You can also view solicitors in Manchester that can help with the creation or management of different types of trusts.

Having a legally valid will that represents your requirements and provides financial stability for your family is an aspiration for many of us. Although you will find DIY options available for writing a will, hiring an experienced and reputable Manchester solicitor will ensure that your will is legally valid and completely satisfies your expectations.

What is a will?

Wills can be used to legally document a person’s wishes for the division of their estate and assets as well as the care of their children in the event of their death. Wills should be made in writing and signed by yourself and your witnesses to ensure that they are legally recognised. The estates of people who die without having made a will are divided as per the law and not always in accordance with the wishes of the person.

Types of will

There are various types of wills that can be made to suit different requirements. Common types of wills include:

  • Single wills are also known as testamentary wills and are the most traditional kind. This particular will is prepared and signed in the presence of witnesses.
  • The option is available for couples to take out a mirror will which enables them to create almost identical wills, leaving their assets to the same beneficiaries, usually each other in the first place.
  • Living wills are not concerned with the distribution of assets and instead are used to allow people to determine their wishes regarding specific treatments which they wish to decline should they not have the capacity to communicate this will at a later date.

What is Probate?

The term probate is used to refer to the legal and financial processes that have to be followed to deal with the estate and possessions of a deceased person in England or Wales. The processes that are involved in probate consist of the identification of the deceased’s property, the payment of taxes, the administration of the estate’s accounts and the distribution of assets.

When might I use a trust?

A trust is used to deal with assets for individuals, such as money, investments and property. There are different types of trusts and different tax considerations apply to each. There are several roles that must be filled for a trust:

  • A settlor’ who is the person that places their assets into a trust
  • A ‘trustee’ which is the individual that is responsible for the trust management
  • A ‘beneficiary’ who is the person who benefits from the trust

Trusts may be used for various reasons including to protect the assets of a family, to gift assets when the settlor is alive, to pass on assets upon the death of the settlor, to control the assets of a minor or to manage assets of an individual who is incapacitated. Manchester Solicitors will support a settlor in developing a legally observant trust that communicates their wishes and recognises relevant assets.

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