Wills - making a will
A will guides those who are left behind and saves unnecessary worry at a time of great emotional stress, as well as protecting your family and friends against legal challenges they might otherwise face. Whatever you possess, making a will is usually the first step to take in structuring your affairs.
If you are considering whether a will is necessary, here are some frequently asked questions about wills.
If you have young children your will should state who will be responsible for them. It is particularly important to make a will if you are not married or in a registered civil partnership. This is because the intestacy rules do not recognise cohabiting partners, even if they have lived together for many years.
A will is one of the most important documents in life, and if you instruct us you can be confident that there will be no hidden charges and we will take the time to get to know you personally resulting in the highest standards of client service.
No situation is too complex for our experienced and down to earth lawyers.
Our services include:
- Obtaining grants of probate
- Preparation of lasting powers of attorney
- Advice on becoming a Court of Protection deputy