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Later Life Matters are delighted to be associated with Eversley Legal Services Limited to ensure that our clients receive professional advice with excellent client service in specific areas of legal services such as Wills, Powers of Attorney, Trust and Estate planning and Probate.

Eversley Legal Services will guide you through the processes such as

Creating new Wills or reviewing existing Wills.
Creating Trusts to protect and preserve your hard earned assets.
Making Powers of Attorney to allow people you trust to make important decisions on your behalf about your health or finances if you become unable to handle your own affairs or if you become mentally incapable to do so yourself.
Free initial advice to ensure you know what needs to happen after a loved one has died. Our specialist team will take you through every stage of the process, providing the support and guidance you need at this difficult time.

Over the years, Eversley Legal Services Ltd has grown and in addition now offers guidance on Trusts, Inheritance Tax, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deputyship Orders.  Due to the importance of these matters, Eversley Legal Services Limited is run by Stephen Hourigan, supported by two Administrators, Nilu Jayasekera and Keilly Fuller.

Eversley Legal Services Ltd are committed to providing exceptional service to clients; ensuring that their interests always come first. 

Further details regarding the services they offer can be found using the sub menu on the left.


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