Trevor Jenkins Life Certainty- Will Writing and Planning Southampton
Will Planning: The making of a Will for the vast majority of people is the most important legal document they will complete during their lifetime. As a Barrister Intermediary I can advise you on what type of will you need and how complex or otherwise your will needs to be.
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Welcome to Life Certainty


Southampton based Will Writing and Planning Service



If you are visiting this website you are likely to be giving consideration to making and writing a Will which is an important legal document which must be produced with care and accuracy to ensure your final wishes are carried out.

I am Trevor Jenkins a Barrister Intermediary with the Legal Services Guild. I am based in Southampton, Hampshire and can give advice on the type of Will you need and the Guild will instruct a Barrister in Independent Practice to prepare and draft your documents.

FREE no obligation online Will Writing presentation


To help you undertstand the Will writing process and to put your mind at ease I offer a FREE no obligation online Will Writing presentation. Please contact me on
02380 403 842 or click here to arrange a convenient time to view my presentation.

I am making an assumption that you are currently still alive as you are reading this information and may want to consider what actions you can take to give you certainty in life as well as after your death.

We are all living longer, however what would happen to you if you were unable to make your own decisions regarding your finances or health and welfare.



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This could happen at any age due to illness such as:

  • Alzheimer’s
  • Dementia
  • Hospitalisation
  • Accident

If you lose capacity
If you lose capacity the Court of Protection has a duty of care to protect vulnerable people, this could lead to the following problems:
  • Bank accounts frozen
  • Investments frozen
  • Your money cannot be used to pay bills

This would mean a trusted person or family member would have to apply to the Court of Protection for a “Deputyship Order”, this typically will take between 9 – 12 months and will often be rejected. This process will cost in excess of £2000.

The answer to these problems is to arrange through the Guild a Lasting Power of Attorney which is a robust legal document that appoints people of your choice (while you are able to make these decisions) to manage your affairs in the event of you losing capacity.

Click here to contact me to arrange a FREE no obligation online Will Writing Presentation