Take control and protect yourself and your family.
Get peace of mind with our estate planning partner, Co-op Legal Services.
We’ve partnered with Co-op Legal Services and their estate planning specialists are on hand to advise you on a range of matters, from simple wills to complex trusts, and everything in between.
As well as helping you to ensure your assets are passed on in accordance with your wishes, Co-op Legal Services can also help you to set up a lasting power of attorney (LPA). An LPA allows you to appoint someone you trust to make decisions about your health and welfare and/or your property and finances, if you become unable to.
They believe in getting to know you and understanding your needs, plans and wishes before finding the right solution for you. You’ll work closely together to find the best way to safeguard the future for you and your family.
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Estate Planners at Co-op Legal Services can guide you through the whole process and make bespoke recommendations that are tailored to your individual needs.’
Plus, if you are already a Co-op member and take any estate planning products through Newcastle Building Society you will earn £2 for every £100 spent, with a further £2 going to community causes.
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Co-op Legal Services offers a national service across England and Wales, and can provide advice to give you and your family protection and peace of mind, now and in the future.
Co-op Legal Services is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under registration number 567391. This service is not regulated by the by the Prudential Regulation Authority or the Financial Conduct Authority.
Newcastle Building Society is an introducer to Co-op Legal Services for estate planning services. Newcastle Building Society will receive a fee for referrals to Co-op Legal Services.
This service is not regulated by the by the Prudential Regulation Authority or the Financial Conduct Authority.