Welcome to Acorn Solicitors, your local legal experts in Somerset
What happens when you die without leaving a Will (i.e. you die intestate)? If there is no Will written when you die then you die intestate. This will mean that […]
What is the Court of Protection? The Court of Protection deals with the property, financial affairs and personal welfare of people who lack mental capacity to make decisions for themselves. […]
Recent research from Solicitors for the Elderly revealed that 61% of adults in the UK do not have a valid Will leaving their families and loved ones at huge risk. […]
As it is Valentine’s Day this month, why not treat your other half to a romantic date at Acorn Solicitors. Picture the scene: You walk into a lovely warm and […]
Probate. It’s a bit confusing isn’t it? When do we need it, how do we apply for it? In this article we’ll look at the basics; a good place to […]
Step One – Assets and Debts You must establish what assets they have i.e. savings, shares, house, insurance policies, jewellery etc. You must also find out if they have any […]
Your local solicitors for life
Acorn is not some big out-of-town remote solicitors. Instead we are your local legal experts for life. We take time to get to know you and your personal needs and can meet you face-to-face when needed. Our friendly solicitors would love for you to drop in to one of our offices based in the town centre. Not only do we live locally but we are a big promoter of charities and community activities. Each year we raise thousands of pounds for local charities including our Will Aid work where we raise one of the highest amounts in the country.
Value for money
We have no hidden charges or costs - we tell you upfront clearly what you will pay. Our charges are comprehensive and we will tell you how you can keep costs down with a full quote before anything is done. If there are any changes to this quote we advise before you proceed.
We want to make sure you are fully happy with our work, and with the price.
Acorn Solicitors is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority – Regulation Information