We will be seeing in the New Year by hosting our popular Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney seminars in January and February 2022.
Join us on one of the dates shown before for our Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney seminar. The seminars will take place in our Upminster office boardroom and the room will be set up to maintain social distancing between attendees. Our staff will be wearing face masks and both face masks and sanitiser will be available. We will be giving talks in person on why having a Will and Lasting Power of Attornys in place is so important and how the Pandemic has highlighted this for many people. Our Private Client team will be on hand to answer any questions after the seminar over a cup of tea or coffee.
Over half of people in the UK currently do not have a Will and this can lead to unfortunate difficulties upon death. You may not have a valid Will or a family member may even contest your wishes! This means that your assets may not pass to whom you want to inherit, leaving your loved ones in financial stress and hardship. It also can be time-consuming and expensive to resolve.
Over 850,000 people in the UK have Dementia; this figure has been estimated to rise to 1 million in 2025. Dementia can lead to you not being able to make your own decisions. Did you know that a simple document – a Lasting Power of Attorney – nominates a person to make financial or healthcare decisions on your behalf?
Our team will cover the essentials of a Will, LPA and other supporting documents. Find out why it is so important to have a watertight Will and what documents are best for your circumstances.
Friday 28 January 2022
Saturday 29 January 2022
Friday 11 February 2022
Saturday 12 February 2022
Time (all dates):
10.00am – 11.30am
Venue (all dates):
Pinney Talfourd Solicitors, 54 Station Road,
Upminster RM14 2TU
To book, please email Marketing Manager Joanna Smith detailing the names of attendees and which date/s you would like to book places for.
If you have any questions, please email Joanna and she will be happy to assist.