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Private Client


Private Client

Private Client Services encompass a broad spectrum of legal services that are often interlinked.

The age-old proverb “nothing is certain but death and taxes” still holds true today. Without proper provisions made through a meticulously executed will, there is a risk that your estate may end up benefiting the tax authorities rather than your loved ones.

It cannot be stressed enough that matters related to wills, probate, and inheritance should not be deferred until later in life. Whether you have already addressed these concerns or not, the time to reach out to us is now.

Efficient management of one’s private affairs is vital from an early stage, and at Arlingsworth Solicitors, we are here to attentively listen to your wishes and ensure that your affairs are settled in accordance with your wishes. The issues which our solicitors advise on can be sensitive and distressing for clients, so our team exercise professionalism and empathy at all times. Our dedicated lawyers will ensure the best provisions are made for you and your family, now and in the future.

Need expert legal advice from one of our lawyers?

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    A Will is a legal document in which a person declares their intention as to what should happen to their estate after their death, and which is executed in accordance with certain legal formalities. With a Will in place you can relax safe in the knowledge that your wishes will be carried out should anything happen to you. Making a Will now also avoids legal problems arising for your family in the future.


    Deeds of Variation

    When someone passes away, the distribution of their estate is guided by a Will or, in the absence of one, the Law of Intestacy. Deeds of Variation, typically made within two years of death, offer a means to alter estate distribution for various reasons, including tax reduction, accommodating beneficiaries’ preferences, resolving disputes.


    Lasting Powers of Attorney

    A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that allows someone to make decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so due to incapacity. Arlingsworth’s expert solicitors assist in choosing, advising, and drafting LPAs, ensuring protection and trust in managing financial or health matters. Secure your future decisions with Arlingsworth’s professional guidance.


    Estate Administration (Probate)

    Find peace of mind in estate planning with Arlingsworth’s private client lawyers. From probate to post-death tax planning, our team provides expert guidance, ensuring a smooth process in distributing assets. In the event of disputes, trust our solicitors for comprehensive assistance in contentious probate matters.


    Trusts and Estate Planning

    A trust is a legal arrangement where one or more persons, called trustees, look after and deal with assets (the trust property) for the beneficiaries of the trust. We have a dedicated and experienced asset management team who specialise in all matters relating to trusts. They provided tailored advice to ensure the trust property is looked after and managed correctly.


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