The covid pandemic has reminded us all about our own mortality and speaking about death, thinking about death and fearing death makes many of us feel uncomfortable but we are all exposed to it. Death is inevitable. It is part of life. People sadly die every day from accidents, illness and suicide. The moment of death can happen in many different ways.
Death, dying and grieving is very personal and unique to us all. In addition to this, every family dynamic is unique. Some estates are straightforward whilst others are more complex. Some people worry about people from the past coming out of the woodwork and causing disruption to their otherwise stable family set up, but nothing surprises us, we do not judge. Others worry that they do not have much to leave to loved ones but every life matters. Some people fear death and believe that by thinking about it they are tempting fate but it is important to talk. You can speak openly to us, you can rely on us and everything we discuss is in confidence.
Scullion LAW are on hand to help you get organised so that whatever happens you have peace of mind when you die. We are also on hand to help the loved ones you leave behind and can help them get organised too.
We want to encourage people to open up about death and dying by speaking to their families about their future wishes.
Getting an up to date Will and Power of Attorney created will guarantee you peace of mind. The process is simple and straightforward, the hardest part is deciding who and what matters most to you and actually getting your legal affairs organised. You need specialist legal advice that you can trust. We are here to help. Simply call 0141 374 2121.
Creating a Will and Power of Attorney is something people put off for years. It is always on their ‘to do list’ to get round to doing one day but today is the day. Carpe Diem seize the day. Make a Will and Power of Attorney so everything is in place, allowing you to relax and enjoy life while you can. Life is for living. You have the time on your hands at this moment, whether you are working from home or doing some online Christmas shopping so why not take 5 extra minutes to make an enquiry? Simply click here to start the process.
We encourage everyone aged 18+ to make a Will especially if you own a property, own a business, have kids, a partner, grandchildren, or if you have shares, inheritance or a pension. Who would you like to benefit from everything that you have worked so hard for once you are gone? You need to make your wishes clear and update them when life changes every 3-5 years. We recommend you update your Will when you move home, get divorced or remarried, or when you sadly lose a loved one. Do you wish to donate your organs? What sort of funeral do you want? Who will look after your dog? When you die without a Will you create extra stress and hassle for the people you leave behind. It can be time consuming, emotionally challenging and costly to die without getting your affairs in order so make a difference by getting organised and protect the ones you love today.
You can rely on us to support you and your loved ones. Perhaps you have been diagnosed with a terminal illness or someone you love is dying. Perhaps have been appointed as an executor in a Will and suddenly feel overwhelmed by the responsibility of distributing their estate? Would you even know where to start? Do you even know what your responsibilities as an executor are? We can explain everything to you.
Gordon Lennox WS, our Private Client Solicitor has the skills, experience and warmth to handle all your legal affairs with the professionalism, respect and dignity you deserve. We are aware how sensitive and delicate matters can be. We have over 40+ years of experience.
Simply call 0141 374 2121 or email our Wills and Future Planning Team on firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Most of our services are being done electronically allowing you to have a skype, facetime, whatsapp or zoom video call at a time that suits you from the comfort of your home. We can also organise face to face if essential upon request (at a safe social distance).
We are here for you through thick and thin. Whatever you are going through, we are with you all the way. Trust in us.
Our Residential Conveyancing team can also help with the sale of any property associated with an estate.
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If you have recently lost a loved one and are finding it exceptionally challenging, then you can reach out to the samaritans for FREE and call them on 116 123 anytime of the day. They are on hand to help.
You can also speak to someone at Marie Curie Bereavement Support 0800 090 2309.
Marie Curie can also provide support before a loved one dies. More information can be found here.
If you would like to donate your organs you can do so by signing up here.
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