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 and a solicitor can also provide advice on things like inheritance tax, or discuss whether Trusts maybe required to protect vulnerable beneficiaries.

Solicitors are bound by strict regulations set by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and in the unlikely event that you were not happy with the service provided by your solicitor; you have the safety net of a complaints procedure that you can follow.

 

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