April King Legal: Legacy Lawyers
Our friendly team of Solicitors, Legal Executives and Paralegal lawyers are experts in estate and legacy law
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Welcome to April King

We know that going to a traditional solicitor’s firm can be intimidating and expensive. We are different. We employ a range of lawyers and customer service experts to make sure we understand your issues and expectations and we deliver expert solutions tailored to your needs.

We specialise in helping ordinary people handle the important events that occur through each of our lives. Give us a call today and get started with our free no obligation Information pack.


We can help with a wide range of services

Grandparent Wills
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Power of Attorney
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Inheritance Tax
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Deputyship Orders
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Director Succession
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Digital Assets
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Contesting a Will
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A. Yes, around 90% of our clients come to us having previously made Wills with another firm.
A: You can do one of two things. Either gift them in the Will, or we can give you a codicil gift list for you to complete. These “gift lists’ do not need to be completed at the time of making the Will so you can take your time over this. Furthermore, you can update or change these codicils at any time and as often as you like at no cost.
A. Yes, these provisions are written in the Will.
A. Yes, we are happy to visit you at home at no extra cost although it is better if you can come to see us as we have the relevant electronic links to the Land Registry etc.
A. They are a type of Discretionary Trust which have been adapted to fit the needs of modern family structures.There are only a few firms who specialise in this type of planning and April King is one of them.
A. April originally stood for the Association of Practicing Independent Lawyers. In 1996 April Law merged with King & Co to form April King, Paul King is the Director and Head of Legal Practice.

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