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Help and Guidance when you need it most.

Living and working abroad means accounting for the law in more than one country. We work closely with our network of specialist lawyers and consultants abroad so that you can ensure you are legally covered, no matter where you live or what situation you may find yourself in.

While much of the information here makes reference to people from the U.K one should still make a will in their home country as well as a separate will in the country that is considered their second home or main residence.

For further information on this visit the FAQ page or contact us directly.


  • Wills, Estates and Trusts

If you live or work abroad, it is vitally important that you have your affairs in order - both in the U.K and in the country you are currently residing in. If you own property or a run a business abroad, you will need to ensure you are legally covered.


  • Probate and Probate Disputes

When a person dies abroad, you have the added complication of sorting out their affairs in a language you don’t speak, in a legal system you are not familiar with. Our solicitors will work closely with the legal system abroad to help you settle matters quickly. We can also help with Contested Probate and Intestacy cases.


  • Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)

Whether you are an Expat or are living abroad on a temporary basis, having Lasting Power of Attorney in place is a protection for your finances and business affairs. You can also create Power of Attorney to appoint a trusted person to handle your healthcare decisions, in the event that you are not able to.


  • Property and Financial Affairs

Our solicitors can advise you in all areas of Property Law. We can also put you in touch with our network of tax advisors for expert financial advice relating to living and working abroad.


  • Criminal Law

If you or a loved one runs into trouble abroad, our expert Criminal Law solicitors will work to get you the best possible outcome and liaise with the local authorities to ensure a swift return to the U.K.


  • Legal Translation Services

A legal and certified translation is a translation accompanied by an official, signed declaration from the translator and translation agency, attesting to the translation’s accuracy and authenticity. Certified translations are often needed for official use by governmental and non-governmental services and legal institutions.


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