Meet The Wills Team

See the staff profiles of the team members behind our Wills & Estates department at Seatons Solicitors.

Adrian Chambers - Seatons Solicitors
Corby, Lasting Powers Of Attorney, Management, Residential Care, Wills & Estates
Maureen Brown - Seatons Solicitors
Family Law, Kettering, Wills & Estates
Kirsti Edmead - Seatons Solicitors
Kettering, Wills & Estates
John Pridmore - Seatons Solicitors
Conveyancing, Kettering, Wills & Estates
James Cassidy - Seatons Solicitors
Corby, Wills & Estates
Amanda Buchan - Seatons Solicitors
Corby, Wills & Estates
Eileen Prior - Seatons Solicitors
Corby, Wills & Estates
Mandy Connell - Seatons Solicitors
Corby, Wills & Estates
Samantha Newton
Kettering, Wills & Estates
Angela Seamarks
Conveyancing, Kettering, Wills & Estates
Adrian Chambers - Seatons Solicitors

Will Specialists In Corby

My name is Adrian Chambers. I am a lawyer who specialises in creating and preparing Wills.

We aim to provide our clients with an outstanding legal service. We will help and support you and most importantly we work hard for you.

Please contact us for a free, no obligation chat at our Corby office on 01536 276300 or contact us online.

Latest from our legal article archives

Be Careful Who You Trust – Appoint A Solicitor As Your Executor

Becoming an executor of a Will, be it for a friend or a family member, is a responsibility both in a moral sense and a legal one. The following case demonstrates this when an executor did not distribute a £240,000 woman’s estate as the Will directed, and was jailed as a result.

Putting Off Making Your Will? Do It While You Can!

Mental capacity is one of the considerations when a Will is determined to be valid, which is a good reason to make your Will as soon as possible with the help of a solicitor. The case of a man who left it until a couple of months before he died of cancer allowed an opportunity for his relatives to challenge the Will in the High Court.

Make Your Will Challenge Proof – Use A Lawyer

If you want your wishes to be carried out according to your Will then seek legal advice so, should it be challenged, the High Court who will examine its contents closely are sure you had thought through all the implications.

Make Sure Your Will Is Kept Up To Date

In a time when relationships are not necessarily forever it is essential to check that your will has kept up with changes in your life. The following case demonstrates the sad situation that could result if you don't.
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