Whilst all our clients are welcome to visit us in our Buckingham town centre office, we recognise that this is not always a practical option.

If you are unable to come to the office for an appointment, for whatever reason, please do not be put off.  Telephone our office to request a visit to your home, hospital, hospice, workplace or other location and we will be glad to schedule an appointment that is convenient for you.

There will be no extra or hidden costs to your home visit.

It is valuable for our team to know in advance what you would like to discuss at our appointment, so that we can bring appropriate guidance materials to talk you through or leave with you after our appointment.

If you have any queries, or to book your home visit, please get in touch with us by telephone or by email.

Thank you for coming out to see us at Katharine House and for the speedy return of our Wills.

We were delighted that you captured all information accurately and to our wishes. Mrs S





Being heard when you can’t speak…

You can choose someone else to speak for you if you’re no longer able to do so.
This could be because you are unconscious or because you don’t have the ability to speak or understand your own mind for some other reason.
To do this, you register a Lasting Power of Attorney. This gives the person or people you trust the legal power to be your voice when you need it most.

Making a Will from a distance

Making a Will from a distance...There’s been much discussion recently about whether it’s possible to make a legally binding Will during lockdown.  Why the concern? Well, it is a legal requirement that a Will should be signed by the Testator (the person whose will it...

Making a Will or LPA from home

You won’t be surprised to learn that the COVID-19 outbreak has made lots of people think about their Will, or who will help them with their money or decisions about medical treatment if they are hospitalised. We want to make it easy for you to put these things in place. Access any of our services by telephone, without visiting our office or inviting us to your home.

Jargon Busters! What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney? Do I need one?!There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). The first is is called a Health and Welfare LPA.  This is for using when you are no longer able to tell people your wishes about your medical treatment and...