Making a Will

Many people believe that when they die their property will pass automatically to their next of kin, but this isn’t always the case.
If you have not made a valid Will your estate will pass in accordance with the intestacy rules under which the law dictates who is to benefit from your estate, and how.

This may lead to unwanted and distressing results. For example, if you and your partner are not married your partner will not inherit anything from your estate if you don’t have a Will. We can help you to ensure that your estate is distributed in exactly the way you wish.
Nick Timmings Petersfields LLP

Get in touch

Nick Timmings is a partner and has been a qualified solicitor since 1993. Nick deals with private client matters. More about Nick.
Call our Cambridge office:
01223 653210

Call our Milton office:
01223 928055

Call our Haverhill office:
01440 713223

Long term care

In addition to the above services, we can provide advice and assistance with issues relating to the costs of long term care, and we can also assist with appeals against decisions made by the NHS about NHS continuing healthcare.