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Wills, Trusts and Probate Advice from Farleys Solicitors in Burnley

If you’re looking for legal support in Burnley when it comes to sorting wills, trusts or probate, our team is always on hand to help. At Farleys, our expert solicitors can assist you with a variety of inheritance-related services, such as drafting critical legal documents, planning, and lessening the impact of inheritance tax as much as possible. If you think you can benefit from the peace of mind brought on by our expert guidance and knowing that everything is being handled effectively by our experts, contact a member of our team today.

Legal Services at Farleys Blackburn

At Farleys, we offer a range of legal services to help our clients plan and safeguard their assets for the future. Our services include Court of Protection, trusts and estate planning, inheritance act claims, intestacy matters, lasting powers of attorney, and probate.

Our experienced team of probate solicitors in Burnley can assist with the settlement of conflicts or disputes that may arise when handling wills and estates, ensuring fair resolutions for everyone involved. We also provide professional deputyship services to manage affairs on behalf of those in need, offering a sense of security and reassurance throughout the entire process.

If you’d like to learn more about each of our services, please visit our respective service pages for a detailed overview.

Write a will in Burnley with help from our experts

If you live in Burnley and think it’s time to start drafting your will, our trusted local solicitors are here to assist you. The will-writing process typically involves several steps, including gathering information about your assets and beneficiaries, deciding on the distribution of your assets, and appointing an executor. With extensive expertise in will writing, our wills solicitors in Burnley can offer you the guidance and support you need to ensure your final wishes are honoured, and your loved ones are cared for after your passing.

The will-writing process typically involves several steps, including gathering information about your assets and beneficiaries, deciding on the distribution of your assets, and appointing an executor. At Farleys, we completely understand that creating a will can be a taxing and tedious process, and our goal is to ease that load.

If you prefer the convenience of an in-person meeting, we’ll be more than happy to invite you to our Burnley office on Manchester Rd. Our team is dedicated to providing a personalised service for each client we take on, which is further improved by our knowledge of our local area and communities.

If you’re interested in learning more about the will-writing process or have unanswered questions, please visit our FAQs page for detailed information on everything you need to know.

Create a trust your loved ones can rely on

Setting up a trust can be a great option if you want to pass on your assets to your loved ones while maintaining authority over them while you’re still alive. However, it can be a complex process, which is why it’s necessary to seek help from an experienced trust solicitor in Burnley who can guide you through the process of estate planning and help you minimise the amount of inheritance tax your loved ones will have to pay on your estate, so your family can benefit from your legacy to the greatest extent possible.

Our team of skilled trust solicitors in Burnley can assist you in securing your family’s future in a way that makes you the most content. We offer personalised advice and guidance to ensure that your trust is established correctly, eliminating the need for any arrangements to be made after your passing.

Work with Probate solicitors in Burnley

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is already emotional and challenging, and an inheritance dispute will only add to the stress and tension. Our team of experienced probate solicitors in Burnley understand the complexities of inheritance disputes and are here to help you navigate the process with compassion and professionalism. Let us take care of the legal aspects so you can focus on what’s truly important.

As your local probate solicitors in Burnley, we’ll guide you through the process, keeping you informed and in the loop every step of the way. We understand that this is often a difficult time, which is why our friendly and empathetic team will work with you to manage any disputes in a way that minimises the impact on you and your family. Whether you’re dealing with probate as a claimant, executor, or beneficiary, we’re here to help you resolve any issues; just get in touch.

Why choose Farleys?

At Farleys Solicitors, we understand that creating wills and trusts and dealing with probate can be overwhelming—but it doesn’t have to be. Our team of experienced and authorised solicitors is here to help you with all your legal needs. Our number one priority is making the process as smooth as possible for you.

Our solicitors have extensive specialist knowledge in the industry and are always ready to answer any questions you may have about wills, trusts, and probate. We take pride in providing expert legal assistance to our clients in Burnley and are committed to helping you achieve the best possible outcomes.

If you need legal support, don’t hesitate to call us on 01254606008 or request a callback. We’re here to help you navigate the complexities of the legal system with empathy and professionalism.

60 years proudly serving our local community

For over six decades, we have been dedicated to serving the people of Burnley. You can count on us to treat you with respect as we help you navigate the inheritance process and to give you the peace of mind you deserve, knowing that your estate is being handled with care both now and in the future.

If you’d like more information about our legal services, please call 01254606008, use the online chat feature on our website, or email us at We’re here to serve our local community.

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