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70% of adults do not have a will; without one, the family home and assets may not be distributed according to your wishes.

If a person dies without a will, they are considered to have died intestate, and your estate will pass under the Intestacy Rules. In most cases, your assets will be divided among your closest living relatives, such as your spouse, children, parents, or siblings. However, the distribution may not be in line with your wishes, and it can lead to disputes and legal battles among your family members.

​Our specialist team can help safeguard your interests by knowing that your estate is taken care of when you pass away.

Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a powerful legal document enabling you to appoint trusted individuals of your choice (an Attorney) to handle your affairs on your behalf if you cannot look after yourself through mental health or physical incapacity.

Carpe Diem Paralegals can help you draw up your will to accord your wishes. Your will lets you decide how your money and possessions are distributed after your death. We will guide you through the process and ensure your intentions are expressed in your Will. Services we offer include:

  • Drafting Lasting Power of Attorney

  • Drafting Simple Wills

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Many seem unaware that without making a will, your estate (which includes everything you own at the time of your death) will NOT automatically go to your spouse, partner or the person you intend to inherit and could leave them vulnerable.

Carpe Diem is able to help you make your Will to help decide who should receive your money, property and special belongings when you die and perhaps even bring security to those you leave behind.

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