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Having a properly drafted Will is your opportunity to record your wishes in relation to the succession to your estate on your death. It is wrong to assume that the Laws of Succession which apply when you die intestate (without leaving a Will) will necessarily reflect your wishes.

We provide full service legal support for you, your family, and your assets.

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Executing a Will

Each Will is bespoke to your particular requirements. It is a very personal document recording your wishes. We therefore take extra care in discussing your requirements to make sure that these can be addressed.

These are ascertained during a full discussion about your family situation, your financial position, your wishes and the many options available.

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The process

We can help with your will in a few ways

The best way to start things off is with a face to face meeting to discuss your circumstances, assets, wishes and any questions that arise in relation to them. If physically attending the office is problematic we may be able to arrange a ‘virtual meeting’ by way of a video call.

Alternatively, we can send you, either by post or by email, questionnaires for completion. If your circumstances and assets are not too complicated, then the information from the questionnaires may be sufficient for us to put together draft wills for your consideration.  The drafts can subsequently be discussed over the telephone or by video call.

The third option is to work through our interactive interview online. This serves a similar purpose to the questionnaires, but is a bit more guided. You can start the online process by clicking here. 

The costs associated with putting a will in place can be found here. 

A word of warning

Don’t be tempted to use a homemade or off the shelf Will

There are a number of organisations and websites offering these for a fixed fee or providing standard documents for your completion. These often create uncertainty and are at worst invalid.

What you need to consider when making a Will

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