KILBEY AND CLARKE

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KILBEY AND CLARKE:
WILL WRITERS AND ESTATE PLANNERS YOU CAN TRUST

Local, Professional and Friendly Service

As an affiliate member of The Society of Will Writers, (click to link to their site) you can be assured of a professional service from us with the backing of a non profit making organisation. We are covered by an indemnity insurance policy so you are fully protected.

Where We Specialize

Wills and Will Storage

Why you should write a will

Writing a will is the only way to ensure that your wishes are carried out after your death. You can also, if a parent, nominate who will be the guardians of your children. You should not assume that your spouse will automatically inherit your whole estate as others may also stake a claim if there is no will.

Lasting Power of Attorney

Why this is important

Nobody wants to think of a time when they may not be able to make important decisions about their finances or their own welfare. An LPA enables you to nominate a person you trust to take care of your finances or your welfare on your behalf. You decide of which powers you wish to transfer to your attorney(s).

Funeral Plans

For Peace of Mind

As agents for Golden Leaves Funeral Plans,Kilbey and Clarke offer a range of good value policies so you can plan and pay for your funeral now. With funeral costs doubling over the last 10 years, it makes sense to pay in advance and freeze most of the costs of your funeral. You are guaranteed acceptance with no medical examination required.

Protected Property Trust

Secure the future of your assets

A Protected Property Trust enables homeowners to ensure that their share of a property goes to the beneficiaries of their choice.  For example to prevent your share of the home being used to fund the surviving spouse's care home fees, to prevent your share of the home being used to pay off the surviving spouse's creditors should they run into financial difficulties or to prevent sideways disinheritance which means preventing your surviving spouse from passing on your share of the home to, say, a future partner.