Wills, Probate and Inheritance Tax

Making a Will

Having a properly drafted Will is important as it can bring you peace of mind as you will have decided what happens to your assets upon your death. Our team of expert solicitors will help you to address sensitive and important issues about what you should do with your Estate.

Our caring team are also highly experienced in assisting you if, after the death of a loved one, you need advice about administering an Estate. Administrating an Estate can be confusing, time consuming and costly. Out dedicated team will ensure that they will deal with the administration of the Estate quickly and efficiently for you.

Our Specialists

Sally Patterson
Rhiannon Morgans
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Ben Talbot


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Holywell, Rhyl
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Phil Lloyd Jones

Consultant Solicitor

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Samuel Amer


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Gwenllian Gwynedd
Gwenllian Gwynedd


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Denbigh, Mold, Ruthin
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Enlli Williams

Trainee Solicitor

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