Writing a will is one of the most important things you can do. It ensures your wishes regarding your money, your possessions and your property (your estate) are carried out after you die. If you die without a valid will in place it can cause unintended financial problems and emotional distress for your family.
Having an up to date will is especially important if you have children under 18, if you’re cohabiting, own joint property or have specific funeral plans. If there are any changes in your personal circumstances, you should consider reviewing your will. If you die without a valid will in place you are said to have died ‘Intestate’ and the Intestacy Rules will come into effect. These are strict rules which mean that the law decides who benefits from your estate and this can potentially cause family hardship and dispute.
We offer a fixed fee of £200 plus VAT to draft and execute a Will. VAT is currently charged at 20%.
Speak to us about your Will requirements. We have experienced staff who can advise you on all aspects.
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