Wills And Probate Experts Branch Out
Shropshire law firm is extending their Wills and probate services to cover a wider area to give elderly and vulnerable clients easier access to their services.
The professionals from one of the largest legal firms practising in the Midlands region, Martin Kaye Solicitors, will be widening their specialist service by operating out of the firm’s newest office in Bellstone Court, in Shrewsbury.
Clients who may have previously found it difficult or even impossible to make the journey to the firm’s other offices can now make an appointment at a more convenient and better accessible location than before.
Fiona Mainwaring, probate department manager at the firm said the reason for the decision was due to a rise in enquiries from clients in and around the county town.
Fiona Mainwaring said:
“Because of the nature of our work, we are dealing with clients who may be elderly and more vulnerable, and we decided that offering appointments at the Shrewsbury office would make it easier for them to access our services.
“We’ve seen a real demand for flexible and sensitive support for clients who are facing some of the most difficult times in life, and our team is dedicated to helping people through the complicated process of dealing with the death of a loved one in a caring and approachable way.”
The Wills and probate team specialise in administration of estates which involves general probate and intestacy work – where a loved one has passed away without making a Will.
Other services their department covers are the preparation of Wills, Inheritance Tax planning, powers of attorney, and generally assisting elderly clients.
Simon Wagner, who is a partner at Martin Kaye Solicitors and runs the firm’s Shrewsbury office, said extending our Wills and probate services has encouraged many more potential new clients.
Simon Wagner said:
“We’ve been inundated with people who are very pleased to see us and who have been keen to learn more about how we can help them.
“Given our location, it’s easy and convenient for clients to call in for face-to-face appointments while they’re in town, and we’re also seeing existing clients turn to us for wills and probate issues who may have been previously unaware that we offered such a service.”