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Will Solicitors

Many people don’t know where to start when it comes to writing their will. Luckily, we’re here to help.

We can give you free initial advice, with no obligation to continue using us. Our rates are competitive, and our advice is clear and simple.

Prices for a simple, single will start from £350 plus VAT, and for simple couple’s wills from £500 plus VAT. For a full breakdown of prices, please contact us today.

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Why make a will?

A will is probably one of the most important documents you will ever sign. By making a will you choose to control how your estate is distributed and help make things easier for those who are left behind.

Planning for the future is very important, and unfortunately, a lot of people leave it too late. If you die without making a will it could create difficulties for your family and your estate could pass to people who you did not want to inherit. Furthermore if you die with an invalid will or with no will, then the law dictates how your estate is distributed.

What happens to your estate with no will or an invalid will?

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The risks of having an invalid will or no will

Having an invalid or no will risks a potential conflict between family members, individuals being disinherited and soaring legal costs in trying to resolve potential disputes, but more importantly further heartache for your loved ones.

The process involved in making a will is not necessarily complex, but it does need to be expertly and thoroughly handled. We will explain the process simply and clearly and bring to your attention any issues regarding your circumstances.

Reviewing your will

Wills should be reviewed at least every 5 years to ensure that they reflect your up-to-date wishes. If you have had a change to your personal circumstances, such as getting married or divorced, then we recommend you speak to one of our solicitors as soon as possible as this is likely to affect the validity of any current wills. We also recommend that you review your will if your assets change, such as buying a property or receiving some inheritance.

The next steps

Making a will may sound daunting. However, our expert team is here to help you make sure that your will meets your need and wishes.

The first step is a free consultation with one of our specialist solicitors. We will talk you through the process involved when making your will and can help you to make important decisions such as:

This meeting is also a chance for you to get to know more about us, the service we offer and ask any questions. Again, there is no charge for this meeting and it is without obligation.

What happens next?

Once you have had your initial meeting, we will draft your will and send it out for you to read over. If you are happy with it we will ask you to come into the office for a short meeting and sign your will. Once your will is made we can store it free of charge, this will ensure that it is protected from loss or damage.

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