Pocock’s offers a range of services for individuals from residential conveyancing, preparation of Wills and Powers of Attorney, Administration of Estates and Probate and family matters.
The buying and selling of properties is well known to be a stressful time in the lives of most people. We will guide you through the maze with patience and understanding (Watch a helpful video guide). We undertake the legal process for:
After the death of a loved one, disputes are most likely to arise if there is no Will or the Will is “homemade” i.e. prepared without taking proper professional advice. For married/unmarried couples, home owners and parents, the making of a Will is very important.
Pocock’s can advise you on all aspects of Will making.
Pocock’s are also very experienced in obtaining Grants of Probate and dealing with the winding up and Administration of Estates.
Lasting Powers of Attorney are also something Pocock’s can help you with. These are effective whilst you are alive. They assist you to choose a person you trust to make decisions on your behalf concerning property, finance, health and welfare should you become mentally incapacitated and on making these, you should also ensure you have made a Will, which becomes effective after your death.
We offer clear, practical, comprehensive advice and guidance on a wide range of matters amidst the potential emotional turmoil and confusion arising from the breakdown of a relationship including:
We are committed to promoting a conciliatory and constructive approach to resolving family disputes and will explore alternatives to Court with you.
The Directors and Fee Earners having conduct of your transaction or matter are qualified and experienced lawyers assisted by experienced and efficient support staff.Learn more
In line with government and NHS guidelines we are having to adapt our current working practices so as to mitigate as far as possible the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak.
This may mean that members of staff will be required to work from home, and we are making arrangements to facilitate this eventuality so that your matter is progressed with as little disruption as possible.
Nevertheless it is inevitable that there may be slight delays in our returning telephone calls etc and we would ask that you bear with us during this difficult time.
To assist us and indeed you, we are asking clients and other visitors to avoid attending the office if at all possible.
Please contact the fee earner responsible for your matter for further guidance. Please be assured that Pocock’s will endeavour to progress matters so far as possible at this time.