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Wills & Probate

Tilly Bailey & Irvine can provide a full range of services associated with planning, preparing and managing an individuals estate. 

The process starts with a carefully drafted and agreed Will.  Our team is very well experienced in all areas including inheritance law, tax and the risks associated with funding long term residential care.


  • Carolyn Tilly
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  • Martin  Brown
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  • Nicola Dalzell
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  • Helen Dexter
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  • Annaliese Barber
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  • Andrea Bradford
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  • Joanne Tillotson
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We shouldn't be too surprised that so few of us bother to make adequate plans for the inheritance of our assets. Who wants to think about their own passing? Although death is inevitable, the good news is that we’re living longer but that poses further issues of physical and mental capacity.

Our specialist probate solicitors can offer impartial, honest and caring advice on all aspects of Wills, Tax Planning, Care, Estates and Powers of Attorney.

If you don’t have a Will or have one that requires updating don’t put it off, call us today to make a quick and free appointment to review your situation.

Legal 500 2017 - The ‘professional, knowledgeable and approachable’ team at Tilly Bailey & Irvine is ‘able to dispense with technical jargon and communicate clearly and concisely; it always puts clients at ease due to its exceptional rapport-building abilities’. Carolyn Tilly, who ‘really knows her stuff’, leads the four-partner practice and regularly acts for elderly individuals. Clients single out Helen Dexter, who handles agricultural and high-value estate administration; the ‘highly adept’ Martin Brown; and the ‘insightful’ Nicola Dalzell, who is recognised for her probate expertise and who also advises on wills, estates, trusts, asset protection, estate planning and mental capacity matters.


"Fees for writing a straightforward  Will are £130 plus VAT for a single person and £180.00 plus VAT for a couple. In the instance that your Will may be more complicated fees will be discussed with you at the outset."