Having assisted families at times of great personal grief and suffering, Lodge Brothers UK values the ethos of family and knows more than anyone what is required to professional, empathetic and personally assist with the process of not only preparing funerals and everything that this encompasses, but also with the Legal services attached to this aspect of our life: the preparation for the end of our lives. This is a necessary evil which everyone should engage with at several stages through their lives. If only to ensure that those people in your life who you hold closest to you, will have less to think about when the time comes that your leave them behind.
Anyone who has lost someone close to them knows that there are many emotions to negotiate through – the 5 stages of grief will come to everyone at one time or another and it is important to respect and protect yourself through this process so that you can emotionally process your loss in a healthy a way as possible. Emotions can be debilitating at times so if this is what you are experiencing, you surely know first-hand that thinking about logistics at a time like that, especially if this is your first personal experience of loss of this manner, will certainly be more than over-whelming.
The Legal Services which you can find at all Lodge Brothers will assisting you in dealing with all legal aspects of the process. For personalised legal support with this, contact Legal Services Ashford, Legal Services Twickenham and Legal Services Cobham and inquire about the follow ways in which we can assist you: Probate, Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney. All our clients have access to these professional, as well as affordable, legal services as we believe that legal services should not be reserved for the upper echelons but should be readily available to all.
Our probate services have 3 levels from which you can choose the most appropriate for your situation and according to your finances. Attorneys are on hand to assist you to navigate this often complex and confusing situation that is the probate process. You would need to engage our legal services for assistance with Probate if your loved one has passed without preparing a Will. Which leads us to our next area of expertise, preparation of wills which is vital to ensure that your estate does not end up as a probate case where you have no control over who receives your estate, rather the rules of probate decide this for you. Be proactive and ensure that at when you experience a life changing experience which directly affects your family, for example marriages, divorces, deaths, adoption and many more, you update your Will. And finally a Lasting Power of Attorney will help you to control how you would like your affairs to be handled should you lose the mental capacity to make this choice for yourself, if for medical reasons or other reasons associated with old age. Your Lasting Power of Attorney means that you still have a voice which will comfort and ease the emotional and physical effects that this could have on your family.