Wills

A Will is a legal document that describes what you want to happen to your money and property when you die.

Wills

A Will is a legal document that describes what you want to happen to your money and property when you die.

A Will is a legal document that describes what you want to happen to your money and property when you die. If you make a Will you can deal with the following matters:

You decide who receives your money and not the legal rules of intestacy.

If you die without a Will the Intestacy rules will apply and this may mean that people benefit from your property and money you did not intend to benefit.

You can make gifts and donate to charities who would not otherwise benefit.

As marriage revokes a Will, your old Will will be revoked and so you need to make a new Will to avoid the intestacy rules from applying.

You can provide for a partner to remain in the family home until they die.

You may avoid paying more tax than necessary.

You can name guardians for your children.

You can decide on how your funeral is to be conducted.

You can provide for your pets to be cared for.

“You can change your Will whenever you wish unless it is a Mutual Will and then you would need the consent of your partner to change it.

You should review your Will every 5 years.”

To be valid, a Will has to be formally witnessed and signed. You can have your Will witnessed at these offices to ensure it is valid.

Please click on the button to find out about Living Wills and thinking about end of life provision.

If you do not make a Will then the beneficiaries of your property and money will be decided by the Intestacy rules.

We can assist with decision about this and this can be discussed when making your Wills or when making your Powers of Attorney.

You decide who receives your money and not the legal rules of intestacy.

If you die without a Will the Intestacy rules will apply and this may mean that people benefit from your property and money you did not intend to benefit.

You can make gifts and donate to charities who would not otherwise benefit.

As marriage revokes a Will, your old Will will be revoked and so you need to make a new Will to avoid the intestacy rules from applying.

You can provide for a partner to remain in the family home until they die.

You may avoid paying more tax than necessary.

You can name guardians for your children.

You can decide on how your funeral is to be conducted.

You can provide for your pets to be cared for.

“You can change your Will whenever you wish unless it is a Mutual Will and then you would need the consent of your partner to change it.

You should review your Will every 5 years.”

To be valid, a Will has to be formally witnessed and signed. You can have your Will witnessed at these offices to ensure it is valid.

Please click on the button to find out about Living Wills and thinking about end of life provision.

If you do not make a Will then the beneficiaries of your property and money will be decided by the Intestacy rules.

We can assist with decision about this and this can be discussed when making your Wills or when making your Powers of Attorney.

Costs for a Will

The cost for a Will is £200 plus VAT

This is for a straightforward Will with no tax advice.

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At a very stressful time, Kim really helped me. Taking care of the sale of my house in tricky circumstances. Kim and team were always on hand, easy to get hold of and super professional. Completely unfazed by any issues and alway able to find a solution. I was so happy with the service, it’s nice to be treated respectfully especially for me with little knowledge of the process, I felt at ease knowing Kim is always on top of things along with her friendly team.”

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“Kim and her team were amazing!!!! I’d been told they were slow by estate agents and would hold up our sale but on the supposed day of exchange she was the only one ready!!!!! Couldn’t recommend them enough and was half the price of others.”

Kerry Witchell

We used Kim for the conveyancing of our recent house sale and purchase. The service we received was excellent: easy communication, efficient, fast response to questions and all issues that arose in both the sale and purchase were quickly and effectively resolved. She also provided a quick and efficient will service for us both, providing clear and simple advice to help us sort out a mutual will. Would not hesitate to recommend her service.

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