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Guides: Wills, probate and tax

Steeles Law has produced a range of easy to download guides and factsheets on a range of legal topics. Simply click the ‘Download’ button to view the full guide or ‘Read more’ to see a brief summary.

Duties of Executors

This factsheet outlines the steps you will need to take if you are appointed as an Executor in somebody's Will.

Will you or won’t you – What you need to know about Wills

This factsheet demonstrates the importance of having a Will and how to make, update and review them.

Wishing you well – What you need to know about Advance Decisions

The purpose of this factsheet is to inform and highlight the importance of making Advance Decisions, which express your wishes regarding medical treatment.

The new residence nil-rate band explained

The residence nil rate band (RNRB) arose from the Conservative Party’s 2007 statement of their wish to increase the inheritance tax nil rate band to £1m.

Considering Caring – What you need to know about long term care planning

This factsheet outlines the considerations that need to be made when considering a move into residential care and why forward planning is advisable.

A Guide to our Legal Services for Individuals

A guide to our Legal Services for Individuals provides an insight into the areas of law more traditionally associated with solicitors, including Wills and probate; Lasting Powers of Attorney; estate planning; personal and property disputes; family matters; and conveyancing and home moving services.

Taxing questions – What you need to know about Inheritance Tax

This factsheet gives an overview of inheritance tax, including its exemptions and reliefs.

Preparation is key – What you need to know about Lasting Powers of Attorney

This factsheet explains the process of appointing someone you trust (your Attorney) to make decisions on your behalf during your lifetime, if you become mentally incapable of dealing with your own affairs.