Thomas Flavell & Sons offers a range of legal services to help you as an individual, family, or business organisation. Please choose from the services below for more information on each area of law that we specialise in.
Founded back in 1809, Thomas Flavell & Sons has a long and proud history in providing legal services for businesses and Individuals. Our loyal in-house team offer the highest level of care for all clients.
Thomas Flavell & Sons has offices throughout Leicestershire and Warwickshire, providing legal services for businesses and Individuals since 1809. Please select any office for directions and contact information.
The importance of making a Will cannot be underestimated, it is your opportunity to outline how your estate should be handled on your death. Our advisors have many years’ experience and are able to provide guidance in this complicated field. We also have specialist solicitors in Leamington Spa and Hinckley who can advise on inheritance and Will disputes.
If you would like to put in place a new Will please complete the form below and a member of staff will contact you to progress the drafting of your Will.
We can act as quickly as you require with video call appointments, or you can attend one of our offices in Hinckley, Market Bosworth, Stoney Stanton, Leamington Spa or Warwick.
You can access our Costs for Wills, Probate & Trusts here.
Thomas Flavells & Sons offers professional advice on:
Administering an estate involves dealing with all property, investments and other assets of the person who has died and settling their tax and other liabilities and then distributing the estate between the beneficiaries entitled under the deceased’s Will or in accordance with the intestacy rules. The burden of administering an estate and complying with all the legal requirements can be a very daunting task for anybody particularly at a distressing time following the death of a close relative.
The specialist Private Client Department at Thomas Flavell & Sons has considerable experience in dealing with these matters and they will be able to guide and assist you on all the different aspects of administering an estate to whatever extent you require.
Throughout their history trusts have been used to avoid or address problems in two main areas: taxation and domestic matters.
In your lifetime you can create a trust into which you can place chosen assets which you no longer need yourself. This reduces your own wealth and thus your exposure to Inheritance Tax.
For every family problem or situation there is a trust that can be constructed to suit the need. Creating the right type of trust to match your particular situation requires specialist help.
TFS employs experienced and personable professionals who will help you promptly and efficiently in whichever legal services you require. You are welcome to read a full biography for each member of our team and view their direct contact details.
Kate DeathridgeChartered Legal Executive
Saher IqbalAssociate Solicitor
Paul LawrencePrivate Client Advisor
FCILEXChartered Legal Executive
Lena OrmerodLegal Secretary
Selena RichardsLegal Secretary
Hiren SavjaniAssociate Solicitor
Vijay SinghDirector & Head of Private Client
Annette StarbuckLegal Secretary
Zara TaylorTrainee Solicitor
If you die without leaving a valid Will, the Laws of Intestacy determine how your estate is distributed. Many misconceptions exist around what happens if you die intestate. This blog outlines these further.
Trusts are a very useful tool that can be used in Wills to protect assets from future events. This blog explores Trusts in further detail, fully explaining how they could assist you or your loved ones.
Given probate delays and the need for quick property sales, executors are asking if they should exchange contracts on property which forms part of the deceased estate before probate is granted. This blog explores this further.