Legal expert Nicholas Sewell is inviting residents in the Malmesbury area to talk Wills, Probate and Lasting Powers of Attorney at a legal surgery in the town.
Nicholas, who is a partner with one of Wiltshire’s oldest and most respected law firms Bevirs, is holding a free consultation opportunity in Malmesbury Town Hall on Thursday June 23 between 10am and 2pm.
He said: “Did you know most people still don’t have a valid Will? This matters if you care about who inherits your estate – and who does not – or if you do not wish your assets to go a more distant relative or even the Treasury.
“It also matters if you feel your Will may be complex and not straightforward. Perhaps you’ve been married more than once and have several children from two or more relationships? Perhaps you wish to leave some money to charity but worry those left behind may not allow this to happen?”
There are a myriad of concerns and questions around Wills, Probate and Lasting Powers of Attorney. People tend to think of these matters when they experience life changing events such as living with a partner, marriage, birth of a child or grandchild, serious illness, diagnosis of a chronic condition or a sudden death. These things matter when considering the wellbeing of a loved one.
Independent information on Wills and what happens if you die without one can be found on the Government’s official website by clicking here.
The session in Malmesbury on June 23 offers 15 minutes of free consultation between 10am to 2pm and these sessions are by appointment only. Anyone interested can call 01249 814536 or by email Nicholas.firstname.lastname@example.org to book a time.
Bevirs has been part of the Wiltshire business community for more than 130 years. The team offers a range of legal services and further details are available at www.bevirs.co.uk
Pictured above: Nicholas Sewell of Bevirs