Wills, Trusts & Probate

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Wills, Trusts & Probate Solicitors

Making decisions about your future and the future of your loved ones shouldn’t feel overwhelming. At GN Law, our specialist Wills, Trusts and Probate Solicitors in London are here to simplify the process. We have extensive knowledge and experience providing legal advice and guiding families through estate planning with clarity and compassion.

How can we help?

If you are thinking about making a Will, setting up a Trust or if you are an executor of a will or an administrator of an estate and need to apply for Probate, we can help. At GN Law, our expert team of Wills, Trusts and Probate Solicitors can help structure your estate to protect your wealth in the future and provide for those you care about. 

Having a will makes sure that you control what happens to your money and property after your death. A will is essential if you are married and/or have children. Putting a power of attorney in place is also important as it avoids someone needing to go to court to sort out your finances if you ever lose capacity to deal with them yourself.

Taking the steps to draft a will and establish power of attorney empowers you with the essential tools to proactively shape and secure your future.

Our Wills, Trusts and Probate services include:


  • Will Writing: Ensure your wishes for your assets and beneficiaries are clearly documented.
  • Codicils: Easily update your Will without the need for a complete rewrite.
  • Letters of Wishes: Provide non-binding guidance for your loved ones.
  • Deeds of Variation: Formally adjust your Will after your death with beneficiary agreement.
  • Inheritance Tax Planning: Minimize the tax burden on your loved ones.
  • Contesting a Will: Seek legal assistance if you believe a Will is invalid.


  • Life Interest Trusts: Provide for a beneficiary’s future while protecting the assets.
  • Disabled Persons Trusts: Ensure financial security for a disabled beneficiary.


  • Administrating the Estate: Advising on and/or conducting all stages of the probate process.
  • Inheritance Tax Advice: Advising on inheritance tax liability.
  • Tax Form Assistance: We can help you complete the necessary tax forms.
  • Probate Applications: Obtain legal authority to handle the estate efficiently.
  • Finding Missing Beneficiaries: Locate beneficiaries named in the Will.
  • Estate Claims Advise: We can advise you on handling claims brought against the estate.

Plan for Your Peace of Mind

At GN Law, we are dedicated in helping clients plan for their future and that of their families. We offer convenient appointments, including video appointments and in-person appointments at our office in North Finchley, London. Home visits can also be arranged. The GN Law Wills, Trusts and Probate Team is supported by a team of lawyers who are specialists in other areas of law such as power of attorney and court of protection. Therefore, whatever the issue, there will be experts available to help with your case.

If you would like more information and advice, please contact our Wills Trusts and Probate Team on 020 8492 2290 or email us at sols@gnlaw.co.uk.

GN Law Expertise - Probate
Losing a loved one is always hard. If you need help administering the estate, our specialist Probate Solicitors can help guide you through the probate process.
GN Law Expertise - Trusts
Our Trust Solicitors provide expert guidance on asset protection. Trusts can be helpful in planning for the future, especially for young or disabled loved ones.
GN Law Expertise - Wills
Our dedicated team of Wills Solicitors specialise in providing expert legal advice to ensure your family’s well-being through professionally crafted wills.

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