Wills and Enduring Power of Attorney.
A question of choice
A Will is an expression of your personal wishes. If you don’t make one then the law takes over. Its rules define who will act as your executors, who will be your beneficiaries – and in some cases how much of your estate they receive. Don’t give up your right to choose who should benefit from your estate (and often as important – who should not).
Our practical and jargon-free will-making service is designated to make your will as tax efficient as possible. We offer a practical and jargon-free will-making service. We are happy to visit you at home to arrange these matters if you so choose.
Enduring Power of Attorney
If you become incapable of managing your own affairs through senility, accident or illness an Enduring Power of Attorney allows you to make proper arrangement for the management of your financial affairs. Your Enduring Power of Attorney permits someone to sign documents on your behalf if you become incapable.
McShanes will prepare your Power of Attorney for you to sign and will ensure that it is used only if you become mentally incapable.
If you would like to discuss your Will or receive advice on a Power of Attorney please do not hesitate to fill in our contact form or you can Call us on 028 (048 from ROI) 3026 6611.