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At Percy Hughes & Roberts, our expert team of wills and probate solicitors have wide-ranging knowledge to make sure you receive the solution you require.

Wills & Probate Solicitors

Our expert wills and probate solicitors can help you to put the necessary measures in place to protect your wealth and provide for your family in the future. Whether you are planning for the future or have recently lost a loved one, we can advise on the appropriate next steps for you to take.

Headed by respected solicitor Alison Beech, our legal experts are experienced and highly qualified, meaning we can help you to ensure your wishes are met regarding what happens to your assets once you have died. 

We have been providing legal advice to people across the Wirral, Liverpool and further afield for more than a century, and we pride ourselves on offering a cost-effective and dedicated service. 

Speak to our probate solicitors about your circumstances today by calling 0151 666 9090, or complete our online enquiry form and we will contact you at a time that is convenient for you.

How can our wills and probate solicitors help you? 

The complex nature of wills, probate and estate planning can leave your loved ones facing difficult and complicated legal challenges if you fail to take appropriate action. It is important that you have the correct measures in place to ensure that your estate is in order after you die. 

At Percy Hughes & Roberts, we can help with the following: 

Our wills and probate solicitors have a wealth of experience in helping people through what can be through a difficult time, dealing with estate planning and complex estates. Whether there is a will in place or not, we promise to help you to sort out the financial affairs in question and will help you through the process of dividing the estate between those who are entitled to it. 

Why choose our wills and probate solicitors?

By choosing the wills and probate solicitors at Percy Hughes & Roberts to handle your estate administration and planning for the future, you can rest assured that you are in safe hands. We are committed to delivering the highest standard of service, and have been providing legal advice for more than a century. 

We hold a number of industry accreditations, including Lexcel, the Law Society's quality standard. This means we are recognised for providing effective legal services to our clients.


What is probate? 

Probate is the term that is used to describe the process of administering an estate after someone has died. This includes: 

  • Valuing the estate 
  • Collecting the value of their assets and possessions 
  • Paying any outstanding debts or taxes due on the estate 
  • Distributing inheritance to the people outlined in the deceased’s will 

What is estate planning? 

Estate planning is the process of ensuring that everything you own - known as your ‘estate’ - is structured in the best possible way. 

Our estate planning solicitors can: 

  • Help you to ensure you are not paying unnecessary amounts of tax on your assets, which could leave your family facing a large tax bill after you die 
  • Assist in the protection of assets in a divorce or period of financial difficulty 
  • Help you to choose the right person to administer your estate
  • Appoint trustees to manage a trust you have established for your children or other dependents

Contact Percy Hughes & Roberts

To speak to Alison Beech, Partner and Wills & Probate solicitor at Percy Hughes & Roberts for a no-obligation phone consultation today. Call us on 0151 666 9090, or fill out an online enquiry form to arrange for us to get in touch at a time that's suitable for you.

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