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Estate planning is a critical part of protecting your interests, and those of your loved ones. We work closely with you to come up with a clear roadmap for what should happen when you die and help you understand the implications of your plan. Our team have the expertise and capability to assist you with Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Estate Administration so that your family members have the support and certainty to deal with complex legal issues during such an emotionally distressing time.

Read more about our Estate Planning services below.


A Will is a document in which you set out how you want your assets and property to be dealt with, what you want done and how you want your family to be looked after when you die. It is very important to not only create a clear and fair Will but also to keep it up to date as your circumstances change through your lifetime. This will minimise any financial and emotional strain on your family and reduce the likelihood of disputes about your Estate.

We can help you by:

  • Providing advice on how to most fairly provide for your family and dependents

  • Record your wishes and how to make sure they have the intended effect

  • Advising you on how to protect your assets for future generations, including providing for your family Trust in your will

  • Helping you appoint suitable executors

  • Helping you create your Enduring Power of Attorney in conjunction with your Will

  • Reviewing and revising your existing Will and keeping it up to date

If you would like to get started on your Will, get in touch with us today.

Enduring Powers of Attorney

An Enduring Power of Attorney is a document that is used to appoint a person to manage your medical decisions and your property if you become mentally incapacitated. The main distinction of an Enduring Power of Attorney from a Will is that an Enduring Power of Attorney ensures your wellbeing and property are managed while you are are alive.

Our team at Pabla Law can assist in drafting Enduring Powers of Attorney and provide you with sound legal advice on how to implement the Enduring Power of Attorney when the time comes to use it.

If a family member becomes incapacitated without having an Enduring Power of Attorney in place, we can also provide advice on the appointment of a welfare guardian and/or a property manager under the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988.

Get in touch with us today.

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