We make sure you secure your future, and that of your loved ones.
From making a Will, to advice about tax and care home fees in later life, we are with you every step of the way. Whether you are in retirement or just starting out.
We have particular expertise in dealing with elderly clients, young families, and those who own small businesses and will always act and advise you about what is in your best interest.
You will always receive a personal and professional service from us, and we pride ourselves in being able to build long-lasting and trusting relationships with all of our clients. Everything you discuss with us is also 100% confidential.
We are adaptable, and can even see you in the comfort of your own home if you find it difficult to come to us.
Let’s face it, no one likes to think too far into the future, but a bit of planning goes a long way.
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Wills, Estates &amp; Probate, Elderly &amp; Vulnerable Clients, Powers of Attorney
- York, Harrogate, Easingwold, Thirsk and beyond
|Address||4 Westfield House, Millfield Lane|
|Phone Number||01904 866139|
Products & Services
A Trust is an arrangement where someone looks after money or property on behalf of someone else.
Trusts can be useful to manage money or property, or to preserve assets in the event of death. Trusts can also have tax saving advantages if they are set up and administered properly.
A Lasting Power of Attorney lets you appoint someone, or more than one person, to make decisions on your behalf. It is usually used when someone is no longer able to make their own decisions, and needs to be signed long in advance of this happening.
When someone can no longer manage on their own, you might need to apply to the Court of Protection to become a ‘Deputy’ for them – or for permission to make a decision for them.
A Deputy is someone appointed by the Court to manage that person’s financial affairs – and in some cases, make health or welfare decisions for them.
Whatever age you are, your Will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death.
By making a Will, you can also direct assets away from nursing home fees and make sure you don’t pay more inheritance tax than you need to.
When someone dies, it is usually necessary to deal with the “winding up” of their estate. This means sorting out their property and money in accordance with their Will – or if there is no Will, in accordance with the law that applies in each case.
It would be difficult to improve on any area of your services. Rachel was thorough, professional, supportive and advised us well in the preparation of our Wills.
I very much appreciated the considerable efforts that you made and that you kept your charges to a minimum…
What we asked for was completed in time and on a very high professional level. Lovely, friendly advice and very professional.
Extremely satisfied and would recommend Roche Legal. The home visit service was very useful.
Rachel provided me with very proactive and efficient legal advice, clearly setting out the available options and dealing with the necessary paperwork in a timely manner. I would have no hesitation in recommending her to others who are in need of the legal services she provides.