Reasons to choose Wilson Browne
Special Offers For NNBN Members.
At Wilson Browne Solicitors we have a friendly, down to-earth-approach so there’s no need to be apprehensive: call us on 0800 088 6004 and we’ll happily chat through the issues and see if it’s something we can help with. To save you the worry of asking – that initial chat is free and without obligation.
Contractual disputes come in all sizes, from a minor dispute with a party where maintaining good long-term relations is key, to those with a devastating effect on profitability or cash flow.
Wilson Browne Solicitors offer a free initial discussion on disputes. We offer the widest range of funding and cash flow protection options for commercial disputes.
NNBN members can take advantage of 25% discount on the first five debt recovery letters as well as favourable member rates for bulk work on application.
Does your existing lease do what you think it does? Take advantage of our discounted lease review.
Let us review the lease and advise you how any Break Clauses, Rent Reviews, Repair Provisions, Rights to Renew (if any), or any other clauses which may be causing you concern, work in your lease for just £350 +VAT. (applies to existing leases only).
*Free initial review of standard terms and conditions.
*Limited to the provision of basic observations and suggestions for necessary changes.
Free review of employment contract.
10% off Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney
Is your Will fit for Purpose? Wills don’t come with a service schedule…but that doesn’t stop them from needing regular checks. Think of updating a Will and estate planning as routine maintenance.
Your legal "estate"
If your personal circumstances have recently changed, talk to us about a legal estate health check.
One of our specialists will review your existing documentation which may include a Will or Power of Attorney, in the context of wealth preservation, protection for care home fees and Inheritance Tax – if you are adequately protected we’ll tell you. If we think you aren’t, perhaps because of a change of circumstances, we will advise you about the things you should be considering.
Estate planning advice could include:
- Ensuring your Will is drafted in a tax-efficient manner, particularly in light of recent tax changes
- A marriage or civil partnership automatically revokes an existing Will (although conversion to marriage from a civil partnership does not)
- Divorce; including the possibility of a beneficiary divorcing
- Death of a beneficiary, executor or guardian
- Birth of further potential beneficiaries
- Changed relationships
- Gifts of specific items – if you no longer have the particular item or want it to go to someone different
- Foreign property
- Business interests – if you have started a new business or your business interests have changed
- Insurance policies – if you have acquired a financial product with a life policy element
- Enduring Powers of Attorney – if you have one, is it still fit for purpose
- Legal Power of Attorney’s – allowing you to appoint someone you trust to deal with any Property and Financial and/or Health and Welfare decisions on your behalf.
- Trusts – if you have acquired an interest under a trust or if you should be considering setting up a trust to protect your beneficiaries
- Wealth – if you have acquired greater wealth, tax planning would be sensible
- Long term care is expensive but you can mitigate its impact
- Inheritance Tax planning
If you’re thinking of reviewing your estate or are concerned about whether you should, contact us for an initial discussion
10% off our fees – excludes disbursements and any 3rd party costs.
We offer a free initial call for most areas of law we cover, so it costs nothing to pick up the phone and ask. It is important to understand that we do not give legal advice during these early stages. We will advise you on whether we feel you have a case worth pursuing; we can advise you on likely costs etc but we are unable to give legal advice until you formally retain our services and become a client.
For more complex enquires such as some business-related ones, we may arrange a further brief call with a lawyer: this is a 10-15 minute call to confirm all of the essential facts, let you know your options and give a further indication of costs.