We appreciate the challenges faced by everyone during these unprecedented and uncertain times. It is important to us that your Will and Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) requirements can still be provided for easily and efficiently throughout the crisis.
Our Wills and Probate department in Luton continue to offer appointments by phone or video calling. Please call 01582 725311, email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our Contact Form and we'll get back to you.
Dealing with wills and inheritance can be stressful. It’s our job to make things simpler – and your life easier. Our expert team in Luton focuses on providing advice that’s practical, cost-effective and easy-to-understand. They’ll sit down with you to explain the process, look at your options, and find the right solution for you and your family. We’ve done things this way for decades. It’s how we’ve built relationships with generations of families, across the region and beyond.
Clients have welcomed our practical yet sensitive approach to their private financial affairs since Neves was first established as a law firm in Luton in 1867. Our aim is to provide you and your family with the best advice possible and believe in a no nonsense, no jargon approach. As a result most of our clients come to us from recommendation by the family and friends of existing clients.
As your financial standing is certain to change over time, you should review your affairs regularly, and certainly before any major events such as:
We offer a confidential and personal service to clients. The solicitor you see will help you to review your affairs and can advise you on all aspects of personal wealth, giving you and your dependants' peace of mind.
Some 70% of people die without a will. The rules of intestacy which apply can lead to unexpected results and unnecessary distress for the family. As well as ensuring that your estate passes to those to whom you intend, our team in Luton can help to save thousands of pounds with some simple ideas which can be included in a will.
Declarations of Trust, also known as Trust Deeds, are used to record the beneficial ownership, also known as equitable ownership, of a property between two or more parties.