| Hayley Wright Ltd is a modern practice specialising in conveyancing & probate regulated by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers. We aim to provide a fast efficient service to all clients at a reasonable and affordable cost.
Hayley Wright is a Licensed Conveyancer and a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives with over 10 years experience in conveyancing and property transactions.
Rosemary Ditchman is a Licensed Conveyancer and Solicitor with over 30 years experience in conveyancing, wills and probate.
If you are selling and buying a new home or land, are a first time buyer needing guidance, re-mortgaging, arranging an equity release or dealing with a lease, we will make the legal process as cost-effective and as painless as possible and provide you with the level of service required to ensure the smooth running of your transaction and to keep you updated on its progress. We pride ourselves on having good working relations with estate agents, other property lawyers and professionals so that we can all work together towards the satisfactory conclusion of your particular transaction
Please contact: Hayley Wright - 01328 853939 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wills & Dealing with Assets when Someone Dies
Making a will is something lots of people put off - but why leave it to chance. Making a will is not expensive and can save a lot of money. We can advise on reducing Inheritance Tax and assist with the administration of the estate (known as Probate) when someone dies.
We appreciate that dealing with a deceased’s estate and effects is not an easy task, so let us take the burden away from you. We provide a personal, friendly and sympathetic approach assisting all our clients in planning and managing their affairs most effectively in a wide range of situations.
Lasting Power of Attorney
From the beginning of October 2007 it is no longer possible to make an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) although all EPAs made before the end of September 2007 remain valid. The successor to an EPA is a property and affairs lasting power of attorney (LPA) and it is now also possible (by way of a separate document) to make a personal welfare LPA. A property and affairs LPA can be used to appoint one or more attorneys to make decisions on your behalf regarding your property and financial affairs. A personal welfare LPA might authorise the attorneys to make decisions about the Donor’s health and personal welfare, such as where the donor should live, consenting to or refusing medical treatment on the donor’s behalf and also aspects of your day-to-day care. For those who wish to ensure that decisions about their welfare and property and affairs are made by those they trust the making of a personal welfare LPA and/or a property and affairs LPA is a very sensible step to take.
Please contact: Rosemary Ditchman - 01328 862200 - email@example.com
Licensed Conveyancers & Commissioner for Oaths I Regulated by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers in the provision of conveyancing and