Cader Solicitors is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

 

Details of the SRA Code of Conduct can be found at www.sra.org.uk 

Registered name: Cader Solicitors | SRA number: 620479

Private Client Services...

Here you will find our Wills & Probate & Our Lasting Power of Attorney Services...

Wills & Probate...

Many people don't know what happens upon death when a Will is not made. Our team of experienced Will writing solicitors and probate law experts have a vast amount of experience dealing with all issues relating to Wills, Probate and Estate Administration matters.

 

We can assist you with any related services, from drafting basic Wills to the administration of estates and gifting property, our specialist solicitors have the experience and expertise to assist you. 

 

We offer both flexible pricing and fixed fees for writing a Will.

 

Our Will & Probate Solicitors can help you protect your interests and give you the peace of mind knowing your Estate is taken care of when you pass away.

Lasting Power of Attorney...

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document which allows you to appoint a person (usually someone close to you or a professional) to deal with your affairs should you no longer wish to or become unable to do so in the future.

 

There are two types of Lasting Powers of Attorney:

 

At Cader Solicitors we are experienced in both the preparation, registration, and operation of Lasting Powers of Attorney. We provide practical advice on the options available and ensure that the formalities to create a valid Lasting Power are complied with. We also help guide Attorneys in performing their duties.

 

Deciding to give someone the power to make decisions on your behalf is an important decision to make and we at  Cader Solicitors are able to provide you with expert guidance and advice in reaching your decision.

 

Property and Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney

 

The Property and Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney gives your Attorney/s authority to access your money to pay your bills or to sell your property should you need to raise cash to pay for care for example. You can impose conditions and restrictions on your Attorneys if there are things you would rather they did or didn’t do.

 

Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney

 

The Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney allows your Attorney/s to make decisions about your personal welfare such as medical treatment. You may want this if you have complicated family circumstances and you feel that your relatives may argue if they were asked by a medical professional to make a decision for you. A Lasting Power of Attorney can be used if you have specific wishes that you would like to be respected should you need life-saving treatment. This type of Lasting Power of Attorney can only be used to make decisions on your behalf if you lack mental capacity to do so yourself.

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Chislehurst Business Centre

1 Bromley Lane

Chislehurst

Kent

BR7 6LH

Tel: 0208 0900 567

Fax: 01322 316 042