Expert Private Client Lawyers in Tunbridge Wells

Specialising in Wills, inheritance planning, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Probate

Thomas Mansfield Solicitors
First Floor
121-123 Mount Pleasant Road
Tunbridge Wells
Kent
TN1 1QG

Tel: 01892 577092

Email: [email protected]

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About Thomas Mansfield Solicitors

Keeping your personal affairs in order gives you peace of mind and guarantees that your family’s interests are properly protected, both now and in the future.

At Thomas Mansfield our lawyers play a crucial role in helping clients manage their personal legal affairs and achieve their financial and estate planning goals.

We provide advice on a wide range of legal matters, including Wills, inheritance planning, Trusts, powers of attorney, probate, Will and inheritance disputes and Court of Protection. We also advise clients with overseas property about Wills and powers of attorney and overseas clients with property and assets in the UK.

We take the time to understand your circumstances and goals, and we are expert in sensitively guiding our clients through the complex issues relating to inheritance, protection of wealth, capacity and family disputes.

Our inheritance tax planning solicitors have years of experience in assisting people with estates of all sizes and complexities to minimise inheritance tax, capital gains tax and income tax upon death. We are expert in drafting Wills for a wide range of circumstances (personal and business) and can help ensure your estate is left to the persons of your choice.

Our specialists have a strong track record in helping clients navigate the complex and emotional process of probate and ensuring that the deceased person’s estate is administered in accordance with their wishes and the law. We are also well placed to advise on disputes between beneficiaries, family members, executors and other parties during the probate process.

Our clients

We advise a broad range of clients, including entrepreneurs, landowners, families and their businesses, together with individuals from the UK and overseas.

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