A Will is an essential document that every adult should have in place but which is all too easy to put off, with sometimes disastrous consequences
For your own peace of mind and for the sake of your loved ones, don’t delay any further – make today the day you take control. Writing your Will is an empowering exercise: it gives you the opportunity to review your circumstances and affairs, allowing you to plan for now and the future.
Our Will specialists can guide you through the process to ensure you prepare the right Will for you – and one that pays heed to the law in relation to inheritance tax, which seems to change as regularly as perhaps your family circumstances. Ideally, we prepare your Will face to face, either at our offices or in the comfort of your own home if you prefer.
You might also consider arranging Lasting Powers of Attorney.
We recommend preparing LPAs to all our clients to safeguard the position should you become unable to manage your affairs. Find out more here.
Make sure your wishes are followed
We prepare all types of wills, for people of all ages and with varying degrees of complexity. It is important to review your will regularly to take account of changes in personal and financial circumstances as well as changes in the law.
For an in-depth look at wills, including the eight key reasons for making one, what happens if you die intestate (no valid will), inheritance tax considerations and an outline of our costs, click here