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  • Talk Free of Charge to a Solicitor 
  • (LPA) Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Wills and Mirror Wills
  • Deputyship
  • Court of Protection Issues
  • Property Protection Trusts
  • Severance of Joint Tenancy
  • Property Advice

What our clients say:

“Unbelievable service front to back. We had the best personal service anyone could ask for. An actual solicitor came to our house to sort it all out”
FJ. Birmingham

“I would most definitely recommend using Legal Group. They made the entire process of the LPA so easy to understand. Having the solicitor on hand was invaluable”
BT. Leeds

“I thought I could do all the paper work myself for the Deputyship. I took one look at the papers and thought stuff that! I contacted Legal Group and after using them we now have complete peace of mind. Thats worth every penny.
AM. Stockport, Cheshire

“We needed to sort out an LPA for my mother fast. Legal Group had a solicitor visit us at home within 24 hours to take the instructions. We are now getting our wills done by them.
DSF. Wirral, Merseyside

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