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bicester wills
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Friendly and approachable experts working with you for your Peace of Mind. Provide Wills, Lasting Power of Attorney and Probate Services


Our Key Services

Lasting Power of Attorney

Lasting Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that lets you choose trusted people to make financial, health or care decisions on your behalf should you become unable to do so for yourself through lack of mental capacity.



A Will is a legal document that expresses your wishes as to how you want your property and assets distributed after your death and who will manage it.

Probate Services

Probate Services

Probate is the way that a Will can be proven in court and accepted as legally binding, or how an estate would have to settle if there was no Will.

Will Storage £30

Per Month

About Us

Bicester Wills and Probate, Oxfordshire

Bicester Wills & Probate are a specialist Will Writing and Estate Planning service. Set up in 2010 in Bicester and now offering advice on Wills, Lasting Power of Attorney documents and Probate Assistance throughout Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and now Cornwall. We also have local offices in Abingdon, Banbury, Buckingham, Oxford and Perranporth, Cornwall each with its own local expert offering these services to the local community.


Our Services

Making Things Easy

Our Three Step Process

Getting in touch

The whole process starts with you getting in touch with us either by phone, email or popping into one of our offices.
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Step 01

Getting to know you

We will meet up, and have a conversation about what you want to achieve.
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Step 02

Getting it done

We will prepare the relevant documents as per your wishes and present them to you for review and approval.
Step 03

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Will?
A Will is a legal document stating your wishes regarding the distribution of your property and the care of any minor children. If you die without a Will, nobody will know those wishes and they may not be carried out. Further, your heirs may end up spending additional time, money, and emotional angst in settling your affairs after you’re gone.
What is Lasting Power of Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that lets you (the ‘donor’) appoint one or more people (known as ‘attorneys’) to help you make decisions or to make decisions on your behalf.

This gives you more control over what happens to you if you have an accident or an illness and cannot make your own decisions (you “lack mental capacity”).

What is a Trust?

In simple terms, it’s a legal arrangement where you can give an asset (such as property, money, shares) to someone, known as the ‘trustee’, to look after for another person, known as the ‘beneficiary’.

The trustee technically owns the assets and is obliged to manage the trust for the beneficiary, who will then receive the asset at a given time.

What is Probate?

Probate is a legal process that applies when a person dies and their assets such as money and property are valued and distributed among their heirs.

You should not make any financial plans or put a property on the market until you’ve got probate.

I'm worried about Care Home Fees?

A lot of people are and the most common worries are “How will I afford it?” “What happens to the money I’ve worked and saved hard all of my life for?”. We can help you protect your assets to ensure your estate is safely passed on.

Who would benefit from Estate Planning?

Everyone. Estate Planning is the process of anticipating and arranging for the management and disposal of your assets during your life and at and after your death, whilst minimising tax.

Estate planning also includes planning for incapacity so someone you trust can deal with your affairs if you get to a point in life where you can no longer act for yourself.

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Why Clients Choose Us?

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Both Personal Lasting Power of Attorney for one person – £500

Both Personal Lasting Power of Attorney for a couple – £950

Office of Public Guardian Registration Fee, £82 per document

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