Peace of mind for all the family
A will makes it much easier for your family or friends to sort everything out when you die – without a Will the process can be more time consuming and stressful.
According to a YouGov survey, nearly two thirds of people do not have a Will even though this causes financial stress and extremely difficult decisions for loved ones.
Dying without a Will - Intestacy
Anyone dying without a valid Will dies 'Intestate' causing upset and stress for many families who then have to wait for years before they receive their entitled inheritances.
Important Note: Wills should always reflect current circumstances and be updated whenever significant changes occur e.g. marriage or divorce, birth of children, moving house, cohabiting, leaving UK and many more.
It is also worth noting that Wills are negated by marriage but not by divorce.
Examples of challenges faced if no Will exists:
- Rules of Intestacy apply resulting in a special court to makes all estate decisions
- Bank accounts, personal and business, can be frozen leading to Financial hardship
- Property disputes and evictions, especially between non-married
- The Court of Protection will decide who should be legal Guardians to minors
- Extra legal costs
- Unnecessary tax payable
- Long delays of Probate
Read some real-life, including celebrity, examples of what difficulties some people have faced due to the passing of a loved one who did not have a Will and declare their personal wishes and beneficiaries.
All of our service levels include
Our initial free consultation with help us to identify which expert will be most suited to your needs. Thereafter, the expert will have a full and detailed consultation with you to understand your needs, no matter how complex, to ensure that they write a Will which perfectly meets with your wishes.
We will ensure your Will is legally valid and that it
- Says how your estate should be shared out when you die.
- Was made when you were able to make your own decisions and you weren’t put under pressure about who to leave things to.
- Is signed and dated by you in the presence of two adult, independent witnesses, and then signed by the two witnesses in your presence – the witnesses can’t be people who are going to inherit anything from you (or their husband/wife or civil partner.
Our experts are the best in their field; however, that does not mean that they come with a premium price tag!
Support your Will and wishes with of our Low Cost Funeral Plans, and take advantage of package prices.