Making a Will
Making a Will allows you to make financial provisions for your partner and your family. If you do not make a Will, the law will decide who receives all your assets in accordable with pre-ordained rules. These unfortunately may not coincide with your own wishes.
If you would like to leave certain items or large sums of money to family, friends or charities, you will be able to state this in your Will. Our Will writing solicitors will be able to offer advice about making a will and what you should include.
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How to make a remote Will: your free guide
Everyone should have an up-to-date Will. In light of the Covid-19 outbreak, more people than ever are looking into how to make a remote Will, without the need to leave their home.
That’s why we’ve designed our Remote Wills Guide, completely free of charge for you to download.
With over 125 years’ experience in looking after people and their property, we are highly experienced in providing solutions for remote clients, from expats living abroad to people in hospital. We take a client-centred approach in everything we do, and tailor our solutions to fit your unique circumstances.
If you have young children you should appoint guardians to look after them in the event of your death. An appointment in your Will can save family disputes and ensure your wishes are carried out. You may also want to provide money to be invested until a child reaches 18 or some greater age. Our Will writing solicitors will advise you how best to provide for this. We can help you to appoint suitable Trustees and if required, provide the Trustees with investment advice.
You do not have to be wealthy to need a Will – the value of your entire estate may be worth a lot more than you think. Providing personal and expert guidance, we can offer advice on inheritance tax and how best to minimise its impact.
Our expert solicitors can explain how insurance policies or trusts could help save tax and ensure that your assets are maintained for your family.
Our tax planning service can provide detailed advice in the case of more complicated estates.
Executors are the people who deal with your Estate in the event of your death. You need to decide who you want to carry your wishes out as expressed in your Will.
We can provide making a will advice to help you with your decision. If you wish, a partner in this firm will act as your Executor. We have 100 years experience in dealing with estates and we are pleased to offer this service to our clients and their families.
If you wish to give your executor instructions about your funeral or donations to medicine we will prepare the necessary requests.
It is not necessarily expensive to make a Will. For many situations we can offer a fixed price solution, but if required we will tailor our service to suit. We will be transparent about our fees and provide full details in advance of the charges.
Our aim is to provide a confidential personal service at a reasonable cost.