Wills & Probate Solicitors Pembroke

It is crucially important for you to make a Will. It is advised that you seek the required legal advice before writing and making a Will, clearly outlining your wishes regarding your property and belongings, after passing away. You can rest assured that your loved ones are taken care of.

Redkite Solicitors are here to help.

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Less than half of the adult population of the United Kingdom is without a Will. This means that their loved ones are expected to spend time, money and energy on sorting out our finances after they have passed.

Many people believe that anything they own will automatically be passed over to their families; sadly that is not the case.

Why choose Redkite?

Our specialist Wills & Probate Team at Redkite Solicitors believe that a little preparation will go a long way. You will have peace of mind, with our dedicated support, in ensuring your needs are fulfilled in line with your final wishes.

It’s important that you take the time to meet a solicitor and write a legally binding Will. If an individual passes away without having given clear instructions and plans, loved ones will have to deal with both with the distress of the bereavement and associated legal problems.  We have been helping individuals compose their Wills and plan their futures, for more than a century. Our devoted team has the experience you need to create a Will that explicitly lays out your desires; both legally binding and compelling.

What our clients say

I was very pleased with the courtesy of the ladies who attended to my requests and particularly so at the time when I had my accident – they were extremely helpful.

Paul James' support has been invaluable in effectively progressing key contractual requirements. His knowledge and expertise in contract and procurement matters is exceptional. Would not hesitate to engage Paul's services again in future should the requirement and opportunity arise.” (dated March 2017).

The reason I used Redkite is that most solicitors don’t have the area of expertise that I required.

Redkite have provided assistance through several particularly difficult issues. Their advice has been professional, thorough and specifically tailoured to the needs of our business. The staff are approachable, knowledgeable and realistic in the advice they provide.

Redkite were recommended to me and I would do the same, fantastic service.

I have to say that everyone I have come into contact with from the receptionists to the solicitors have always been excellent. The advice I have been given formally and informally has always been clear and concise which is always a weight off your mind when you are dealing with the affairs of your loved ones.

Our Redkite Solicitors team are professional, pragmatic and highly accessible. If you are unable to visit our offices, we will arrange a call to your home or hospital. Our team can advise you on:

  • Wills
  • Probate
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney (both Financial and Health & Welfare)
  • Codicils (additions to an existing Will)
  • Court of Protection Deputyship
  • Estate Administration

Feel free to contact us to speak to one of our Wills and Probate Expert Solicitors who can inform you on the best way ahead.

Call us on 01646 683 222 or complete online enquiry form.


Why you should have a will?

You need a legally binding Will in order to be assured that the things you’ve worked for, your whole life, are going to those that are most important to you. For your peace of mind, our dedicated team at Redkite Solicitors are able to offer professional advice on Wills and Probate, Tax Policy and Trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney. With preparations in motion, you will feel confident in knowing that your final wishes can be met; as you would want them to be.

Everyone is different, and every Will and estate is going to be different. We ensure that our specialist advice is personalised to each client’s needs. No matter what your particular situation might be, your specific needs are of utmost importance to us; what is best for you and your children.

If you are the head of a family business, a relative a landlord or someone with considerable assets, the advice given by Redkite Solicitors is tailored to your specific situation.

Powers of Attorney

Our committed Redkite Solicitors team believes in planning ahead of time. Through the midst of old age, degenerative conditions, acute injury and loss of mental capacity, we help clients protect their investments and preserve their well-being. Powers of attorney are also produced for individuals that have been out of the country for a long period, or in the armed forces.


We put significant focus on supporting people during the most stressful moments in their lives. With a team of committed solicitors, you would have the peace of mind that your loved one’s financial interests and general welfare would be guaranteed.

Keeping the Will Safe and Updated

We recommend your place your Will in a safe and secure location, such as with your executors or family. We at Redkite Solicitors will offer to keep your Will safe for free of charge, for as long as you need us to.

We have over a hundred years of experience in assisting clients to create a legal Will. Our aim is to make the process as friendly as possible, but at the same time ensuring that every step of the way is offered the right advice. In the end, this ensures that the executors will not experience any problems or obstacles at managing assets once you have passed away.

Contact our professional legal team and receive advice and help in the preparation of your life.

Wills and Probate FAQs

Does everyone need a Will?


Yes. A Will sets out your final wishes. Without a valid will, it is the government's duty to make such decisions.

What is a valid Will?


A Will is not binding until it has been signed; furthermore, there are also guidelines about the signing of the Will which must be followed in order to guarantee that it is legitimate.

Who are the Executors of the Will?


A Will specifies the names of the individuals who will comply with your wishes and handle the estate. Their role is to ensure that all receivers meet their contributions and cover any costs, such as unpaid water bills and funeral expenses, to the family. Such people are called executors because they execute the orders. Typically, the executors are relatives or friends, or they may be your solicitor.

What is Probate?


Probate is the term for the entire process of managing an individual's assets after they have passed. There are a number of steps that are common to every probate process including:
• Identify all the estate’s assets and debts.
• Apply to the Probate Registry for a Grant of Probate either online or by post. Alternatively, a solicitor or probate specialist can be appointed to do this for you.
• Complete an inheritance tax return. If there is any tax due, pay this out of the estate.
• On receipt of the Grant of Probate, repay any outstanding debts and distribute the estate to beneficiaries as instructed in the Will.

How Long Does Probate Take?


The scale and nature of the estate and the Will depend on it. The typical probate period for a valid Will and a simple estate is approximately six to nine months. Unfortunately, conflicts can arise. These may be between recipients, investors, and sometimes even executors. If necessary, the solicitor will take over the administration of the estate entirely.


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