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Welcome to Memoria Estate Planning

We are here to help you prepare for the future by putting plans in place now that aim to help you and your family. We offer a range of services from Will writing and Power of Attorney, to Property and Family Protection Trusts and our friendly and experienced consultants are on hand to discuss all your needs to find the right solutions for you and your family.

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Why Choose Memoria Estate Planning?

We genuinely care about the families we service and work to find solutions to suit your needs.

Our team has a wealth of experience and will take time to ensure you understand what is available to you.

We offer jargon-free, complimentary home consultations.

We want to get it right first time and value customer feedback to improve our services.

We work with solicitors who are regulated by the Law Society


The Family Protection Trust has been designed to protect assets during your lifetime and after death, making sure your wishes are taken care of. It is a legal contract where trustees are responsible for holding and protecting your assets.

Put simply, it’s like a safety deposit box which you put your assets into.  You decide what goes into it and you can take assets out at any time, keeping you in control. You are a trustee along with those you trust to act in your best interests.

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Wills and Power of Attorney

A Will is an essential part of future planning; it can safeguard the important things in your life for the people you love. You can specify who inherits what: money, property, possessions, personal mementos or charitable donations.

A Power of Attorney is a powerful legal document which allows you to appoint someone to manage your affairs if you ever become unable to either by illness or accident. Your nominated attorney can make decisions on health matters, financial matters or both. You decide when the Power of Attorney comes into effect – now or in the future.

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