If you’ve got assets that you know are worth protecting, don’t take any unnecessary risks in securing the future. Here at GPW Tax and Law, we pride ourselves on providing you with the best possible Will and Estate planning guidance, in a manner that is entirely jargon-free and with your best interests firmly at heart.

Our clients trust us to protect their estates and its beneficiaries, and to give them ultimate peace of mind.

Here’s why:



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Get peace of mind in five simple steps

  1. Get in touch

    Speak to one of our team on 01978 761483 or submit your details via our contact form and we’ll arrange an appointment in one of our offices, in your home or via video conferencing (Zoom or Teams). We are flexible with days and hours so if you have commitments during standard office hours we can still accommodate you.

  2. In depth conversation

    You will only get the correct estate planning for your needs if we have an in-depth conversation about your assets and your family circumstances. This usually takes 40 to 60 minutes, depending on your situation.

  3. Advice and recommendations

    We present you with our advice and recommendations, usually via email or by post if you do not have access to email.

  4. Documents drafted

    Once you are happy with our recommendations we draft the documents and send details to you to ensure that all names, dates of birth and addresses are correct. Once you are happy with this we will produce the final documents and arrange a meeting for the Will signing.

  5. Will signing

    We like to be present at every Will signing to ensure that all documents are signed correctly. This is a critical stage, as an incorrectly signed Will could invalidate your entire planning. If it is not possible to be present at your Will signing we can be available via video conference or phone call to talk you through every step of the process.

Gavin and the team at GPW offered exceptional advice and service through the process of setting up trusts, wills for my business partner and I. They take their time to explain what can be a complicated subject. I would highly recommend GPW.

- Gary C – Wrexham


A professionally-drafted Will is arguably the best thing you can do to secure the future of your loved ones. Create or amend a Will with us to provide ultimate provision for the people that need it, with secure storage to ensure its safety. Many people consider getting their affairs in order without actually going through with it, so acting now is the best way to secure your inheritance.

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Protecting you or your children’s inheritance is easier and more flexible through a trust. Trusts will protect your inheritance in case of divorce or remarriage, as well as if your beneficiary is vulnerable to financial exploitation. Contact us to find out what options you have at your disposal.

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Lasting Power of Attorney (LPAs)

An LPA allows you to legally place people you trust in charge of your inheritance in case you are unable to do so. It can often be too late to have an LPA in place, but it’s never too early.

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Long-term care

Planning carefully for the future can involve difficult decisions regarding your family home in the unfortunate potential circumstance of requiring formal care later in life. To avoid potentially losing your family home in the form of expensive care costs, take action to solidify your inheritance and give yourself valuable peace of mind.

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Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax is a tax paid on your estate after you die. While it is a voluntary tax, billions of pounds are paid in inheritance tax to the UK Government each year, so don’t be afraid to speak to an expert in this field to find out how you may be able to save on money for your beneficiaries.

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Business Will Trusts & Director Protection

If you doubt whether your company would survive without you or one of your codirectors in the event of one of you dying or becoming incapable of running the business, it’s always advisable to get fully protected. Speak to us today to ensure you’ve got adequate provision for your company.

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