Wills

It is crucial to have a suitable, up-to-date and carefully drafted Will setting out who should inherit your money, property, investments and possessions after you have passed away.

Whether you are new parents, grandparents wanting to look after grandchildren, a business owner or a high net worth individual wanting tax planning advice we tailor Wills to your specific circumstances for a fixed price.

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What is a Will?

A Will is a legal document that allows you to state what should happen to your assets after you have passed away. Your Will can also:

Why should I have a Will?

If you die in England or Wales without a valid Will then who inherits what is decided by the law. This may mean your partner is disinherited or your extended family members, with whom you are not in contact with, inherit or if there is no one else the state will get everything.

Should I update my Will?

We recommend that you review your Will every three years and certainly after any major life event such as marriage, death, divorce or a change in financial circumstances as otherwise it could affect who inherits your estate.


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How safe are DIY Wills?

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Homemade Wills and non-professionally drawn Wills are often unclear and legally uncertain, the consequences of which can be expensive to sort out and put right.There are strict rules governing how a Will...

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Should I use a solicitor to draft my Will?

26/06/19

Solicitors have trained (often for many years) to specialise in drafting Wills. They have the necessary experience and skill to ensure your Will carries out your wishes. Wills can sometimes be complex...

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