Making a Will

Making a Will is a way of guaranteeing and safeguarding responsibilities to spouses, partners, children, step-children or other dependents. Without a will your wishes for how they will be provided for cannot always be guaranteed.

Recent legislation has changed the way in which the assets of people who die without Wills are shared between their relatives. Who inherits what can become a destructive point of conflict for loved ones left behind and dealing with the problem should you die intestate (without a Will) adds a considerable burden to families already coping with loss.

Many of us put off thinking about how to arrange our estate should the unforeseen happen. And even though the process of arranging a Will is straightforward and generally involves only half an hour of your time, remarkably 7 out of 10 people in the UK don’t have one.

For a confidential consultation give us a call or fill in the online enquiry form.  You may find it useful to visit our Wills Checklist page so that you know what to prepare and bring with you.