Online Consultation for Wills and Wealth Planning

Our wills and wealth planning services operates via face to face meetings or we can provide telephone or video consultations with our private client experts who will always be available to assist you. How Our Online Consultation Service Works Once you have requested a telephone or video call with member of our team, we will… Read more »

Preparing for a Will

Elderly Woman

An elderly client wanted to make a will and Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) but due to a fall, needed a home visit as she had fractured a bone in her leg. The medication prescribed also caused some confusion which meant we needed to review the timings of visits to catch the client at her… Read more »

Keeping Control of your Assets

Signing Document

Our Wills & Wealth Planning team assisted clients who had been married previously, with making wills to provide for their current spouse, as well as for their own children from their previous relationships. We looked at the assets in the estate and divided them to reflect what they each brought in to the marriage, including… Read more »

Preparing a will

Signing Document

An elderly client wanted to make a will and Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) but due to a fall needed a home visit as she had fractured a bone in her leg. The medication prescribed also caused some confusion which meant we needed to review the timings of visits to catch the client at her… Read more »

Justine Clowes

Justine Clowes, Partner at SAS Daniels LLP

I am Business Owner, Joint Head of Macclesfield Office, Head of Private Client and Partner. I specialise in wills and wealth planning, powers of attorney and court of protection legal matters, with a strong focus on working with people who lack mental capacity and their families. I have a special interest in legal services that benefit… Read more »

Making a Will

What is a Last Will and Testament? A Last Will and Testament is a legal document that sets out how your estate (property, belongings, savings, investments and other assets) will be distributed on your death. It is more commonly known as a Will. It also allows you to make arrangements for who should take care… Read more »