If you instruct us to draft your Will or set up a Power of Attorney during July or August 2020 you can choose to enter our Summer Prize Draw. You could win:
AN 18 HOLE ROUND OF GOLF FOR YOURSELF AND THREE FRIENDS AT ASPLEY GUISE AND WOBURN SANDS GOLF CLUB
Just let us know when you instruct us and we'll enter your details into the draw.
Full Terms and Conditions for the draw can be found HERE.
An 18 hole round of golf for four people.
Tee times are available seven days a week but are restricted to a PM start. Specific start times are dependent upon the season and day of the week.
The prize needs to be booked through Neves Solicitors.
Aspley Guise & Woburn Sands Golf Club established in 1914, is located between the two villages of Aspley Guise and Woburn Sands on the south side of Milton Keynes on the border between Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire.
It is a mature heathland/parkland course featuring beautiful curved lines which blend into the natural surroundings.
Find out more - https://www.aspleyguisegolfclub.co.uk/
Our wills, probate, trusts and estate planning team is on hand to offer you legal advice whatever your circumstances including drafting wills, assisting with probate, tax planning, powers of attorney, tax efficient wills, estate planning and declarations of trust. Our expert team 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.
Did you know that recent research suggests that more than half of the UK adult population has not made 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, we can help to save thousands of pounds with some simple ideas which can be included in a will.
Discover ten reasons why you should make a will by clicking HERE.
Should the worst happen, and you lose your mental capacity you can protect your property, finances and health and welfare with a Lasting Power of Attorney, (LPA). This is a legal document whereby you can give another person (‘your attorney’) authority to make certain decisions on your behalf.
Find out more about Lasting Powers of Attorney by clicking HERE.
If you would like to make a will or set up a Lasting Power of Attorney contact our Wills and Probate team. Call 0330 0945 500, email email@example.com or complete our Online Contact Form and we'll get back to you.
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