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Our Values

We believe that success can only be achieved through hard work, dedication and commitment to our clients, and investment in the right people: people with a proven record of achievement and people who are recognised leaders in their respective fields.

We understand that we are integral to achieving the aims of our clients. We therefore consider every client as unique and we provide 100% dedication and tailored solutions to suit their needs.

Diversity Statement

Hadleys Wills and Estate Ltd are committed to promoting equality and diversity by actively recruiting a diverse group of employees based on individual merit, qualities and performance. By doing so, we aim to create an inclusive environment in which our employees feel welcomed and valued. We feel that such methodology creates an approachable atmosphere, which enhances a positive client experience.

Diversity data is collated as part of our recruitment process, and is also periodically collected at least every 2 years – the last collection being April 2019. However as Hadleys Wills and Estate Ltd is a small firm, there is a significant concern amongst the workforce that the publication of our results would identify individuals from known characteristics, thus allowing other private characteristics to become known.

The Equalities and Human Rights Commission states it is important that we do not breach workers’ confidentiality, or reveal anything which might enable someone to work out information about another person which was provided in confidence. For this reason the results of the returned questionnaires are not shown here. However, the results have been submitted to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and will be included within their national published results.

Inheritance Tax

Inheritance Tax is a tax on the estate (the property, money and possessions) of someone who's died.

Probate Services

Legal procedure followed after death to ensure that your Will is valid, and which gives the executors power to deal with your estate.

Will

A legal document which details a person's wishes for after they have died.

Lasting Power of Attorney - LPA

LPA is a way of giving someone you trust the legal authority to make decisions
on your behalf if you lack mental capacity at some
time in the future or no longer wish to make decisions for yourself.