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Why I need a Will?
- To have total control over what happens with your assets when you die
- To ensure your family, friends and any dependents have security and protection.
- To be able to make a donation to your chosen charity of choice or good cause, if you wish it.
What happens if I don’t have one?
- Without a Will, your assets will be split in accordance with the law, which may not satisfy your wishes.
- If you are married and have children, your spouse might not inherit all of your wealth immediately.
- Instead, your assets could be split between your spouse and your children.
- If you are not married, you may not get any of your assets from your partner.
how can We help you?
- We offer a personal and professional solicitor backed Will writing service.
- Our professional consultants will arrange to meet with you at a mutually convenient time in your home.
- We will guide you through the entire stages, including taking instructions for your Will, right through the processing, signing and the final securing and storing of your documents.
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Frequently Asked Questions
You must be 18 to make a will, however exceptions can be made for younger people if they are in the army, married or lawfully emancipated. You also have to be of “sound mind” in order to make a Will.
Yes, Lasting Lasting Power of Attorney/LPAs provides your chosen attorney with the power to make health, care and Financial decisions on your behalf if you become unable to. A Lasting Power of Attorney/LPA automatically ends on your death. Your Will specifies how you want your estate to be distributed after your death.
Some life events require us to update or make a new Will to ensure that the Will continues to meet your needs and that your estate is divided according to your wishes. It is particularly important to review your Will after the following:
- You marry or divorce (changes in marital status may invalidate a Will)
- You have a partner but are unmarried
- Your wealth significantly changes
- There is a birth/adoption of a child in your family
- Your executor/significant beneficiary in your will dies
- You change your mind about the provisions in your will
A codicil is a minor change made to a Will. When minor amendments to a Will are required, a codicil is used. The original Will is untouched and the codicil makes specific changes, such as adding or removing a beneficiary.
A codicil is signed and witnessed in the same way as the Will.
A Last Will is used to divide your estate after your death. A Health Care Directive allows you to define your health care requirements in writing when you are no longer able to give consent. You can’t use a Last Will to decide what kind of medical treatment you need.
Yes, we produce two separate Wills that mirror each other and then it follows the wishes of each individual. A single Will which covers two people is not best practice.
Divorce in England and Wales does revoke a will, therefore, a new Will is required.
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