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Asset Protection and Family Trusts

If you’re worried about protecting your family home for the future, you’ll need specialist legal advice on what you can and can’t do with your assets during your lifetime.

As each person’s individual circumstances are different, protecting your assets isn’t straightforward and there can be various exceptions you need to consider. If you want to discuss how to protect your assets, make an appointment to speak to us. It’s free and there’s no obligation, so you’ll have a better idea on what your options are.

Speak with our Asset protection experts 

We are still available and are continuing to stay open and will be operating in complete compliance with the government’s latest COVID-19 guidance. Depending on your situation, we can provide a consultation in the method you are most comfortable with, including phone and video call. For in-person consultations, we will ensure they will be in-keeping with social distancing rules. All meeting areas are COVID Safe, follow guidelines and have all the necessary procedures in place to keep clients safe and socially distanced.

Asset protection solicitors in Bolton and the North West

Our focus has always been to provide accessible legal services and we are proud to continue to serve our local communities, with several offices stretching across the North West; three in Bolton and other offices in Atherton, Bury, Chester, Farnworth, Horwich and Middleton. 

We are also open for consultations on Saturdays at our Newport Street office in Bolton;

Address: 39 Newport St Bolton BL1 1NE.

Our Asset Protection Solicitors

Find out more about our specialist wills and probate team

We’re accredited by the Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme which sets the benchmark for best practice and transparency in the provision of wills and estate planning services. Also, all the department’s solicitors are qualified members of Solicitors for the Elderly, an independent organisation of legal advisers who provide specialist legal advice for older and vulnerable people, their families and carers. The department is also a dementia friendly business.

You can choose from some of the links to the right to find out more about the areas we cover or read further useful information in our Wills & Probate News Section.

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