A Will is a legal document allowing you to determine who will benefit from your property and possessions when you are gone.

The benefits of making a Will include:

  • Having complete peace of mind

    Writing a Will means you can put your affairs in order and leave clear instructions to assist the loved ones that you leave behind. You can name Executors to manage the administration of your estate and Guardians to look after any children you may have.

  • Reducing heartache and stress after you are gone

    Having a Will in place can prevent additional complications in the administration of your estate, reducing worry and stress for those you leave behind and the likelihood of family disagreements. You can also record your funeral wishes so that your loved ones know exactly what you would like them to do.

  • Protecting your assets

    A Will can help you protect the value of your property or savings for future generations, by minimising the effect of Inheritance Tax or residential care fees upon the value of your estate.

What happens if you do not make a Will?

If you die without having made a Will there will be an intestacy. Your property will be divided according to the Rules of Intestacy and this could mean that your property may not go to the people you expected or wanted it to. The way the Rules apply to your estate depends on which relatives survive you. Another reason for making a Will is that you can choose the most suitable person to be your Executor to administer your estate. If you do not do this it will be your closest relative, according to the Rules of Intestacy, who will have the responsibility of collecting in and distributing your estate according to the Rules.

Our professional Will writing service ensures that your Will reflects your individual wishes and is correctly written, offering you peace of mind and protection for your loved ones.