Making a Will
What our clients say
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You showed patience to simply explain the different aspects and legal points of our Will and advised us on the storage too. With you we know we were in safe hands.
The process was easy and pain free, Caroline acted with the absolute height of professionalism, I now have a Will that I am happy with and the security of knowing where my assets will go.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to see you in person to make a will?
Yes, we do need to see you in person to assist you with your will. If you’re unable to get into our office, a member of our team can arrange a home visit to see you.
Can I make a will without a solicitor?
Legally, you can. But it is not recommended. Even if you feel like you own relatively little and intend to make it very straightforward, you could miss important formalities by doing it alone.
What is a mirror will?
A mirror will is when a couple makes a will together. The two wills are identical, so when one partner dies, the other is left with their estate and vice versa. The couple does not have to be married or in a civil partnership for this, a mirror will can be arranged for an unmarried couple.
How much does it cost to make a will?
The cost is dependent on the type of will you choose to write: a simple will, complex will, or specialist will. Mirror wills usually bring down the cost per person, so are worth looking into if you and your partner want the same things.
For our prices, please contact us.
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