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Will writing services

Don’t leave your loved ones with a headache – leave a Will

 couple checking a last will and testament

Why make a will?

It is reckoned that significantly more than half of Britons do not have a Will (Law Society, 2014). No Will means your dependants will automatically have to rely instead on laws dating back to 1925 – almost a century ago. Even if court battles and family arguments are avoided, dying intestate is likely to mean delays and missed bequests for those you leave behind, and the taxman may take a bigger bite.

  • If you’re not married or in a civil partnership, your partner is not legally entitled to anything when you die.
  • If you’re married, or even separated, your husband or wife may inherit most or all of your estate and your children may not get anything.
  • If you die with no living close relatives, your whole estate will belong to the Crown (the government)

15,000+

2015-11-18 00:54:55

The number of unclaimed estates with no known Will held by the Goverment's Treasury Solicitor as at Oct 2015Source: www.gov.uk

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Gain peace of mind and help those you want to help

When you make a Will you get to choose someone you trust as an executor to carry out your wishes, from money and property disbursements to funeral arrangements.

You will also be doing all you can to safeguard any children by considering their futures and appointing guardians if they are under 18. And if that's not enough, you can also ensure Inheritance Tax is minimised as well as dictate charity bequests.

 young couple planning their will

We can help give you a voice

While we’re able to deal with simple queries over the phone, we also offer free home visits in many areas. With no additional charges for evening appointments, our trained and vetted consultants will explain the process, before passing your instructions back to our STEP trained Will-drafters.

One benefit of using us is our thoroughness, but another is speed – a first draft of your Will should generally take around 20-30 working days if it’s straightforward. To keep things straightforward we also outline our prices upfront but you can click to gain an idea of how competitive our fees are.

  • 2015-11-18 00:41:47

    “We have been very impressed with the professional service and for the help and advice ”

    ‘J.M.P.’ (H24191)

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