Making a will is important for all of us, to make sure our wishes are carried out when we die. When you make a Will you must have a clear understanding of what your wishes are and what your will says.
If a person lacks sufficient mental capacity to make a will, a statutory Will can be made on their behalf. A statutory Will is approved by the Court of Protection which makes sure the terms of the will are made in the best interests of the person who lacks mental capacity. Contact our team of specialists today.
If you are acting as a Deputy on behalf of someone who lacks capacity, a statutory will is one of the things you may be asked to arrange.
Or if you are expecting to receive an inheritance from someone who cannot make their own will, you may be able to apply to the Court of Protection to write a statutory will for them. To do this, medical evidence will be necessary to show that person lacks capacity.
Making a statutory will involves completing a number of application forms and a supporting statement.
Our caring and sensitive experts can guide and support you through each step of the process.
We will strive to help you through what is a difficult time and give you careful, considered advice when you need it most.
Whatever your needs, our team of highly experienced Mental Capacity lawyers can provide you with the help and advice you need. Contact one of our experienced team, either by telephone or email.
We will arrange a time to meet to discuss your needs and particular situation in greater detail.
We’ll ensure that the solicitor you deal with is the right match for your specific situation, helping you find the best possible resolution during a stressful and often sensitive time.
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