Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney prepared by an experienced professional by telephone, email or skype, anywhere in England and Wales. Home visits are available in Tyne and Wear and Northumberland.

Making a Will and Lasting Power of Attorney does not need to be complicated or expensive. Contact us to find out more.

We are experienced providers of Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney by telephone or by home visit in Northumberland and Tyne and Wear. 

Your Will and Lasting Power of Attorney will be made by an experienced professional who has over 12 years' experience as a Solicitor. 

You can make your Will or Lasting Power of Attorney with us in the evening or weekend. 

We have clear, fixed fees.


We are members of STEP (Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners) and IPW (Institute of Professional Will Writers), which indicates our dedication to our clients and outstanding service.  

As well as having to adhere to a Code of Practice approved by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute, as members of the IPW, we have taken specialist examinations and undergo regular professional training to ensure the service that we provide is of the highest standard.

There is never a ‘good time’ to make a Will. 

I’m fact, too many of us put off making a Will and Lasting Power of Attorney. The Law Society states that one in three people in the UK die without a Will and half of all people over the age of 45 have not written a Will. One reason for this is that we lead busy lives and do not have time to visit a Solicitor or Will Writer. Many of us also believe that we do not have to make a Will and Lasting Power of Attorney. 

We have seen the benefits the having a Will and Power of Attorney first hand.

Having a Will and Lasting Power of Attorney in place makes the administration of your estate much easier for your loved ones, should tot lose capacity to make decisions, and after death.


  • Your Will allows you to choose who shall inherit your estate, otherwise the Laws of Intestacy apply.

  • Your Will allows you to appoint Guardians - who will look after your children if you die? Who will control their inheritance until they are adults?

  • Your Will allows you to provide for your partner  - if you have not married or entered into a civil partnership, they generally would not inherit on your death unless you make a Will.

How to make your Will and/or Lasting Power of Attorney ('LPA'): 

  • Step 1 – Contact Us for more information, or to arrange an appointment to discuss your Will and/or Lasting Power of Attorney;
  • Step 2 –  After our meeting we will send your draft Will and/or Lasting Power of Attorney to you for approval; and
  • Step 3 – We will make any amendments necessary and arrange the signing of your Will and/or or Lasting Power of Attorney.

Find out more about making a Will

Find out more about making a Power of Attorney

Contact us for further information about Making a Will or Lasting Power of Attorney.

"Thank you for the service you have given me in my own home, your efficiency is outstanding and my peace of mind is at rest. My house is now in order. I would have no hesitation in recommending you to other friends. Thanks again." 

(Mrs W)

"Dear Emma, Thank you very much for your assistance in preparing our wills. Our meeting was informative and you provided us with clear guidance which helped us to resolve difficult decisions. Your service was very thorough and our wills were provided very quickly. Many thanks"

(Mr and Mrs E)