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Solicitors in Woking and Camberley Surrey Lindsay Sait and Turner
Personal Professional Affordable Solicitors in Camberley Knaphill and Woking Surrey
Wills, Estate Planning, Probate, Lasting Powers of Attorney

Our Solicitors are highly trained in dealing with all aspects of Private Client work.  In particular, their expertise lay in the following areas:

  • Wills
  • Estate Planning
  • Trusts
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Court of Protections
  • Probate and Administration
  • Contentious Probate

Wills and Estate Planning

It is never easy to consider what will happen when you are gone however it is vital that you do so. At this sensitive time, our Solicitors take pride in understanding your wishes in order to draft your will.

We can enable you to divide your estate as you wish, particularly where there are children from a previous relationship.  We can assist you in appointing guardians for your children and can also advise on mutual wills.

It is never too early to consider drafting your will.  We are regularly instructed by newlyweds who wish to have their affairs in order.

In addition to drafting the will, our Solicitors have the expertise to provide tax-planning advice to enable you to get the most from the estate you leave behind.
Contact the team today to find out more.


We advise on the creation of trusts and their subsequent management.

Trusts can often be complicated to understand, however our team are experienced in guiding you through the process and explaining the technical jargon to you.

Our Caroline Woolhouse is a full member of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP) which is the specialist group of worldwide Trust Lawyers.  Similarly Zara Clark is currently a student member.

Contact the team today to find out more about trusts, their formation and what benefit they can be to you.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal tool that allows you to appoint someone to make certain decisions on your behalf should you become vulnerable or incapacitated in the future.  The appointed person can manage your finances and make day-to-day decisions on your behalf.

An LPA provides protection for you in the future, or immediately.

Our Solicitors are able to assist you in planning for your future and for all eventualities.  You may wish to provide the appointed person with a general Power of Attorney for a short term period.

Whatever your needs, our team of experienced Solicitors are here to help.

Court of Protection Work

It is devastating when a loved one loses their mental capacity.  It is even more stressful when your loved one does not have a Power of Attorney registered.

If these are your circumstances, you may wonder what will happen next and who can make decisions in relation to your loved one’s finances.

Let our Solicitors guide you through the process of applying for a Deputyship so that you can manage your loved one’s affairs.  Once this is in place, you can then concentrate on providing the care that your loved one needs.

Probate and Administration

On the death of a loved one there are many arrangements that need to  be made.  Our experienced Solicitors advise families of the deceased through this upsetting time.

We can help and guide you through all aspects of administering the estate.  Your loved one may have a simple estate with a few beneficiaries, or they may have larger, more complex estates.  Whatever the size, our team is ready to assist.

The team prides itself in keeping families regularly informed throughout the administration.  Where there is a sale of a property within the estate, we offer reduced conveyancing rates to you.

Administering an estate is a complex process at a time when your mind is elsewhere.  Instructing our team means that you have one less issue to deal with.

Contentious probate

When a loved one dies, it is often the first time that friends and family find out what is contained in their will.  There are occasions when the contents of the will come as a surprise to one or more members of the family.

When this is the case, our team can advise you whether you have a claim against the estate or whether the will is invalid.  If so, we will then represent you to obtain your share of the estate.

If you wish to know what your position is, please contact one of our Solicitors today.


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