Without making a Will, the people who benefit from your estate may not be the ones you think will do so.
To make proper provision for your spouse or partner, children, relatives and friends, appoint guardians for infant children or remember charities it is essential that you make a Will.
If you have married or entered into a civil partnership since you made your Will, the Will is no longer valid. Beneficiaries under that Will may not have a claim against your estate.
We provide you with comprehensive advice for your particular family needs and prepare your Will giving you peace of mind; knowing that your affairs will be properly dealt with.
We advise you on any related issues of Inheritance Tax or trusts for children or vulnerable beneficiaries.
We will visit you at home and can also arrange out of hours appointments where required.
The preparation of Wills is usually a fixed fee service although advice on Inheritance Tax is charged at our current charging rate.
For further information or to make an appointment to discuss your requirements please telephone us on 01983 533938 or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s your Will, use it!
Making a Will is easy; resolving difficulties where there is no Will can be very difficult and distressing.