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MyLifetime is your gateway to a comprehensive package of legal services, designed to make it easy for you to take legal advice when you need it – without the worry of running up a bill.

Legal Advice

Legal Advice

Lifetime Legal Membership was designed to provide free impartial legal advice when it is needed most without the fear of cost. There is no need to meet with or pay for a solicitor saving you time and money.

Mover Protection

Mover Protection

If you are buying or selling a property and, through no fault of your own, you are unable to continue with the transaction, Mover Protection can provide a means for you to recoup moving costs and allow you to continue with the sale of your property, or to proceed with the purchase of an alternative.

Conveyancing

It’s a stressful time for even the best prepared, but Lifetime Legal expert conveyancers understand that it’s vital to move quickly without cutting corners – and to keep you up to speed with developments at all times.

Wills

A properly drafted Will can protect your loved ones, save you inheritance tax and protect your home from being seized to pay care home fees. Fully qualified Estate Planning Consultants and solicitors will make sure your Will meets your needs.

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Probate

It is never easy losing a loved one, and what’s involved in handling their affairs can be very complicated and overwhelming especially while still grieving. Our team of sympathetic advisers can provide you with all the expert advice you might need to make a start on the next steps.

Trusts

A Trust is a way of holding assets for the benefit of individuals while distancing you from some of the liabilities of direct ownership. They can be used to protect your estate from inheritance tax and care home fees, as well as looking after assets for children that are too young to inherit.

Power Of Attorney

Lasting Power of Attorney

By creating a Power Of Attorney, you can appoint a trusted friend or loved one to look after your affairs if you are unable to yourself, because of illness or an accident for example. These can cover both financial and medical affairs.

Legal Advice - FAQ

FAQ

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about conveyancing, probate and other areas of Law. We’ve put together clear and straightforward answers to the questions our members ask us the most.