CHARITY WILLS OVER 55S
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DEATH IS NOT AN EASY SUBJECT TO TALK ABOUT.
Death is not an easy subject to talk about. But, if you don’t plan for the future, it can cause confusion and uncertainty over how to dispose of your property and possessions when you die. It can also mean additional stress for your loved ones and confusion over your funeral arrangements, such as whether you wish to be buried or cremated or donate any organs or body parts.
Making a Will means that you can set out your wishes in a legal document regarding your funeral, who will look after any dependents and who gets what after you die. Everyone over the age of 18 should make a Will. If you die without one, the state will be responsible for making the decisions on your behalf.
Our private client department can also help you organise your affairs including arranging Lasting Powers of Attorney (for health and welfare, property and financial affairs or both). This lets you appoint someone to make decisions on your behalf, should you become unable to, such as through illness or incapacity. We also help with estate planning.
For more information on Wills and Probate, download our information sheet here.
We can help with:
- Making a Will
- Dealing with Probate
- Estate Planning
- Lasting Powers of Attorney
Mancini Legal operates a charity Will Scheme for the over 55s at Seasonal times of the year
This opportunity is open to individuals and couples aged 55 and above. For couples, only one person needs to be aged 55 or over. Any complex work undertaken by the estate planner may incur additional charges which will be discussed and agreed with you at the meeting and invoiced directly to you.
The scheme does not include:
- complex tax advice
- the creation of discretionary trusts
- the creation of lasting powers of attorneys
- any other complex issues over and above a basic simple Will*
- a Will with an included Will Trust
- additional provisions or clauses such as for foreign property
However these excluded services can be provided for on a paid for basis.
The first 45 minutes of your meeting is included in the free Wills service, anything over this will be charged at a fixed fee of £125.00 + VAT
You will be required to complete our Will information form before the meeting which will be sent to you on request.
Charitable donations are as follows-
£75.00 – Single Will to your chosen Charity
£120 – Mirror Wills to your chosen Charity
*Kindly note that a basic Will is defined as one individual creating a Will and is leaving the whole of their estate to one beneficiary, which for example could be their partner or one child or one charity. Any additional clauses required will be discussed and quoted for at the meeting.
Please also note that this firm’s file opening fee is £47.50 plus VAT per individual. This fee also includes the conflict and the statutory money laundering checks. This fee is charged in all cases and is in addition to any of the above charges.
*Limited availability. Conditions apply.