A Will is a statement of what you want to happen to your property and finances (and children if they are under 18) when you die. Therefore, your Will should contain all matters that ensure your wishes are carried out. You can also include your wishes as to what you want to happen with your… Read More
F&Q - Wills
If a person is not fully aware they are making a Will, it is not likely to be valid and therefore cannot be used to carry out their wishes following their death. Alternatively, there may be no Will in place at all. In these situations, an application can be made to the Court of Protection… Read More
With the assistance of a Solicitor, making a Will should be a relatively straightforward and quick process. One of our team will meet with you (or discuss with you on the phone) so you can explain and describe your wishes as to what you want to happen with your property and finances (and if appropriate,… Read More
We expect the timescale for preparation of your Will to be in the region of two to four weeks from the time of the first appointment, but if the matter is more complex, it may take more time. We will advise you of the likely timescale when we have confirmed your instructions. Find out more… Read More
We offer fixed fees for providing a Will, but the fee will depend on the type of Will you need. Full details of our fixed fees in respect of Wills are here.
If you die without making a Will, you will die Intestate. This means that a set of rules, called the Intestacy Rules, will decide how your property, possessions or money should be distributed between members of your family. Your wishes will not play any part in how your estate is distributed between your family and… Read More