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Co-op Legal Services & Rest Less exclusive offer on wills & LPAs

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Up to £25^ off estate planning

Get the right estate planning solution for you

Contact us for an estate planning review, where a specialist estate planner can discuss your situation and objectives. We’ll provide a bespoke recommendation based on your needs. There’s no cost for this appointment, which can be held by telephone, video or home visit.

To redeem your £25 discount, quote RLAFF25 when you speak to us.

Or if you already know what you need, start making your will or LPA straight away.

Offer terms and conditions apply.

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To get £25 off, quote RLAFF25 when you speak to us.

Start your digital LPA

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To get £25 off, quote RLAFF25 when you speak to us.

Understanding estate planning

Why is an LPA so important?

Many people don’t know that their next of kin has no automatic legal right to manage their affairs. A lasting power of attorney (LPA) gives you peace of mind that there is someone you trust to look after your affairs if you become unable to do so yourself. This could be because of an illness, old age or an accident.

With an LPA, your attorney will have authority to deal with your finances and property for you, or make decisions about your health and welfare. Your LPA can include instructions for your attorney, as well as your general preferences for them to consider. Your LPA should reflect your wishes so you know the things most important to you will be taken care of.

You can only put an LPA in place whilst you are capable of fully understanding what it does. Once you've lost this capability, you cannot make an LPA and no one else can do so on your behalf.

How important is having a will?

A will is very important as it is the only way to set out what your wishes are and how you would want your estate to pass when you die.

Who will I deal with?

Once you’ve decided to go ahead, your will is prepared by Co-op Legal Services who are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

What type of will do I need?

As part of our service you’ll have the opportunity to discuss your circumstances and objectives with us to make sure that you’re getting a will that’s right for you.

How much will it cost?

Co-op Legal Services offer fixed fee services for writing wills which means you don't have to worry about any hidden costs. We’ll agree any costs with you upfront before starting any work, which means you don't have to worry about any hidden costs.

The service I received was first class and extremely painless for what I thought would be a complicated legal procedure. (P.M.)

Terms & conditions

^ This offer is only available in England & Wales and is subject to a suitability assessment. The discount is only valid where the offer code RLAFF25 is quoted at the time of booking an appointment and can only be applied to Co-op Legal Services’ fee for wills (standard, mirror and trust will), advised and digital lasting power of attorney. Co-op Member reward is available in conjunction with this offer where a valid Membership card is presented on purchase. The discount does not apply to VAT or disbursements such as registration fees payable to the Office of the Public Guardian. Colleague Member discount is not available in conjunction with this offer. The discount is non-transferable, cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount or offer, and may not be exchanged for cash. This offer does not extend to members of independent co-operatives, including Central England, Chelmsford Star, Southern and Midcounties. Co-op Legal Services reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time. Co-op Legal Services is a trading name of Co-operative Legal Services Limited; registered in England and Wales under company number 05671209. Registered office: 1 Angel Square, Manchester, M60 OAG. Co-op Legal Services is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under registration number 567391.

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