Private Client

Guiding you through life's important decisions, our dedicated team ensures your wishes and loved ones are thoughtfully cared for.

How We Can Help

Planning for the future is more than just paperwork; it's about ensuring your wishes are upheld and your loved ones are secure. At Freers Askew Bunting, we simplify the process. Whether it's drafting a will, managing trusts, guiding through probate, or setting up a lasting power of attorney, we work with you to ensure your loved ones are looked after.

Our team includes members of the respected STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners). Together, we bring both expertise and genuine understanding to the table. We act today, so your wishes are met tomorrow. This is vital, especially for deeply personal decisions.


Ensuring your wishes are known and your legacy protected

Lasting Powers of Attorney

Where a trusted person acts on your behalf

Court of Protection

Where the court steps in if a Lasting Power of Attorney isn't in place


Handling the estate when a loved one has passed

Full estate administration

Supporting you every step of the way

Agricultural and business property relief

Navigating Inheritance Tax can be challenging


Ensuring your loved ones are taken care of

Latest News

Private Client

11 DECEMBER 2023

Powers of Attorney Act 2023

The Powers of Attorney Act 2023, receiving Royal Assent on 18th September, marks a significant shift in the legal framework surrounding Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA). Its primary objectives include enhancing safeguards against fraud and abuse, and streamlining the LPA process through digitisation.


07 DECEMBER 2023

Freers Askew Bunting Reinforces Community Ties with Hartlepool Cricket Club

Showcasing their commitment to their local community, Freers Askew Bunting Solicitors is delighted to announce the continuation of its sponsorship of the Hartlepool Cricket Club’s Junior Section.

Private Client

11 AUGUST 2023

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney and why should I have one?

A lasting power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint one or more people to make decisions on your behalf during your lifetime, should you be unable to do so for yourself.

Speak to Rachel

Rachel advises on all aspects of future planning including wills, lasting powers of attorney and trusts. She also supports clients through the process of administration of estates.

Rachel Dyson

Director & Head of Private Client