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Wills, trusts and estates for Police Federation members

Many people put off making a will but if you fail to make one, the rules of intestacy will apply. This could potentially leave loved ones without any provisions from the estate and assets distributed to distant family members. Our team of specialist lawyers are experts in all areas of wills, trusts and probate and will ensure that your loved ones are provided for after your death.

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Slater and Gordon lawyers are specialists in Police Federation wills, trusts and probate with the experience and approach you need. Call us now on 0330 041 5869 or contact us and we’ll call you.

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What legal advice can I access through my Police Federation membership?

The only way to ensure that the people you want to benefit from your estate in the event of your death is to write a legally enforceable will. A will helps avoid what might otherwise be complicated and sometimes unpleasant circumstances that those you care about after your death.

Our team of specialist lawyers will take the time to understand your needs and suggest innovative, tailored solutions to safeguard your assets. We’re able to advise in all areas of wills, trusts and probate including:

  • Trusts
  • Wills
  • Inheritance tax planning
  • Domicile issues
  • Care home fee planning
  • Lasting powers of attorney
  • Probate and estate administration

We offer discounted services for Police Federation wills, trusts and probate services. To learn more about how our expert lawyers can help you, get in touch by emailing our dedicated inbox and a member of the team will be in touch.

How do I access the free online will with my Police Federation membership?

We’re delighted to offer a free, online wills service to Police Federation members via our partner provider, Legal for Life.

The online service is extremely easy to use, with onscreen instructions guiding you through the process. To start, follow the instructions online to register for an account. You’ll need a registration code for your force area, which you can find by contacting your local Federation representative. If you experience any difficulties using the online service, the website’s Contact Us section gives the direct telephone and email contact for Legal for Life customer services.

Once you have selected a will product, the ‘Legal for Life’ online workflow will take you through the document creation. We can’t advise on the content of the will, but there is a detailed Law Guide on the ‘Legal for Life’ website to assist you. Once the will is complete, the workflow will allow you to download it for printing and signature at home, and will give you instructions on how to do this.

It is crucial you print and sign your will, as it will not be valid until you have done so. You should then store the will safely at home.

Should I make a free will online, or speak directly to a wills solicitor?

It’s worth noting that, if you choose to use the free online service, your will won’t be reviewed by one of our specialist wills solicitors, and you will not receive tailored legal advice to ensure that what you have written encompasses all of your individual needs and circumstances.

If at any stage you feel that the Legal for Life online service isn’t right for you, or would like further support in drafting your will, you can get in touch with a member of our team. We offer a discounted wills service for Federation members – just let us know you’re a member when you speak to us.

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