No one likes to think about ill health, mental incapacity or even death. But the fact is that they can strike at any time causing devastation. Not only to our own lives but also those of our loved ones.
Blow Abbott Legal Services have been advising the local community of Grimsby and Cleethorpes for over 50 years on legacy planning services and legal family matters. We offer affordable, friendly and efficient legal aid focusing on Will writing, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Probate, Inheritance Tax planning and funeral planning.
Our legal adviser does things a little differently here at Blow Abbott, our team’s approach isn’t just forward-thinking, but their primary focus is you. Offering a face-to-face service which doesn’t cost the earth, we get on your level and understand your needs on a personal basis.
meet your legal adviser
Sophie Vines, is our accredited legal adviser who is an associate member of the Institute of Professional Will-Writers and a member of APS Legal & Associates who is a full IPW member and holds STEP qualifications.
Sophie also works alongside a team of top-flight Barristers and Solicitors to provide professional trust advice and quality trust document drafting.
Sophie is on hand to offer a personal and friendly service to every client. She is available for home visits, to conduct your legal affairs from the comfort of your own home or from our accessible office based in Cleethorpes. You can reach Sophie directly by emailing email@example.com or calling 01472 694569.
For new clients, we offer a free initial 30-minute phone or face to face consultation with Sophie where she can discuss your legal requirements and answer any questions you may have.
On behalf of APS Legal & Associates Ltd, Head office:
Worksop Turbine Innovation Centre, Shireoaks Triangle Business Park, Coach Close, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S81 8AP
APS Legal & Associates is a member of the Institute of Professional Willwriters
APS Legal & Associates complies with the Trading Standards Institute Approved IPW Code of Practice
Everyone over the age of 18 should have a Will. If you have children under 18, this becomes even more important as it is only through a Will that you can decide who would look after them should the worst happen.
Wills don’t need to be complex and are often much easier to set up than people may think.
Following the death of a loved one, dealing with the practicalities can often be time consuming and emotionally draining. At a time when you and your family are grieving and need support with what the next steps should be. Our probate experts work with family members and/or executors to ensure the estate is wound up efficiently and thoroughly, but with sensitivity.