Wills, Probate & Trust Solicitors In Chatham

- 36 found (10 mile radius)
  • Mybrief Solicitors Limited

    Having regrets won’t help but having my brief on your side probably will.

    Mybrief Solicitors Limited

    Mybrief Solicitors Limited

    Having regrets won’t help but having my brief on your side probably will.

    The Joiners Shop, The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4TZ

    01634 544544

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  • Helen Baker Solicitor

    Helen Baker Solicitor

    22 Gypsy Way, High Halstow, Rochester, Kent, ME3 8DX

    01634 255 265

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  • Furley Page LLP

    Furley Page LLP

    Admirals Offices, Main Gate Road, The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4TZ

    01634 828277

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  • Gullands

    Gullands

    18 Stone Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 0NH

    01474 887688

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  • Quills Solicitors

    Quills Solicitors

    68 Beverley Road, Barming, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 9JR

    01622 721209

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  • Hawkridge & Company LLP

    Hawkridge & Company LLP

    39 Canterbury Street, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 5TR

    01634 575 355

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  • Atkins Hope Solicitors Limited

    Atkins Hope Solicitors Limited

    52 High Street, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4DS

    01634 829622

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  • Brachers Trust Corporation Limited

    Brachers Trust Corporation Limited

    Somerfield House, 59 London Road, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 8JH

    01622690691

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  • Brachers LLP

    Brachers LLP

    81 London Road, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 0DU

    01622 690691

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  • DGB Solicitors LLP

    DGB Solicitors LLP

    The Captains House, Pembroke, Chatham Maritime, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4UF

    01634304000

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  • The Kingsley Smith Trustee Company

    The Kingsley Smith Trustee Company

    81 High Street, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4EE

    01634 811118

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  • Tyler Law Limited

    Tyler Law Limited

    91 Furtherwick Road, Canvey Island, Essex, SS8 7AY

    01268 630 850

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  • Kingsley Smith Solicitors LLP

    Kingsley Smith Solicitors LLP

    81 High Street, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4EE

    01634 811 118

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  • Graham Colley Solicitor

    Graham Colley Solicitor

    Oak House, Off St. Margarets Street, Rochester, Kent, ME1 3GU

    07785 311 342

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  • Daniel Francis Solicitors

    Daniel Francis Solicitors

    5a Tonbridge Road, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 8RL

    01622 669 460

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Find Wills And Probate Solicitors In Chatham

Are you looking for a good probate, wills and trusts solicitor in Chatham? Here, you can see detailed profiles on each of the solicitors in the region which can help you write or amend a will or help with probate related issues. You can also view solicitors in Chatham that can assist with the creation or management of various kinds of trusts.

Having a valid will that matches your wishes and offers financial security for members of your family is definitely an ambition for many of us. Although there are DIY options available for writing a will, hiring a reputable Chatham solicitor will make certain your will is valid and completely matches your wishes.

What is the purpose of a will?

A will is a legal document used by people to lay down their wishes in regards to the distribution and management of their estate and the care of their children in the event of their death. In order to ensure that the document is legally binding, wills should be made in writing and signed by you and witnesses. If a will is not made, the deceased’s estate will be divided as per the law and not necessarily as per their wishes.

What Types of Will Are Available?

Dependent upon a person’s needs, there are a number of different wills that can be used. Some popular types of wills are as follows:

  • A single will is sometimes known as a testamentary will and is the most traditional type of will. The single will is formally created and signed in the presence of witnesses.
  • A couple might choose to draft a mirror will that is practically identical to their partners and enables them to leave assets to the same beneficiaries as each other.
  • Living wills are not concerned with asset distribution and instead serve to allow individuals to establish their wishes concerning certain medical procedures that they want to decline in case they do not have the mental capacity to communicate this at some point in the future.

What does Probate mean?

Probate means the formal legal processes which are followed to manage property and possessions following an individual's death in England or Wales. Probate processes may include identifying the deceased individual's property, paying necessary taxes, managing the accounts of the estate and distributing net assets.

When might I use a trust?

A trust can be utilised to deal with assets for individuals, such as their money, investments and property. There are numerous different kinds of trusts and they have different tax considerations. Trusts have a number of roles which must be fulfilled, including:

  • A settlor’ who is the person that puts their assets into a trust
  • A ‘trustee’ which is the person that is responsible for the management of the trust
  • A ‘beneficiary’ who is the person that receives the benefit of the trust

Trusts can be used for a variety of purposes including to distribute assets during the life of the settlor or following their death, to manage assets on behalf of a child or incapacitated person or to protect the assets of a family. A solicitor in Chatham will help their clients to recognise the need for a trust and to create the trust in a legal way, reflective of the settlor’s wishes.

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