Will Writing made simple
Will Writing Services
Protect Yourself and Your Family
Making a Will puts you in control of your hard earned assets which in turn helps protect the ones you love when you die. If you own your own home this often means there is a substantial amount of capital held within the property. A Will allows you to choose who will have your cash, when they can have it and how they will receive it.
It can be hard thinking about the future when we're too busy enjoying the here and now, and although we may think about making a Will, it is something that we often put off until another day.
Our clients often comment on how relieved they feel to have completed this simple task and how easy and straight forward it actually was.
Dedicated Wills offer expert advise by a qualified professional in the comfort of your own home or work-place at a time that suits you.
We take your instruction, draft your Will and after your approval, write your Will ready for you to sign and have witnessed. This is called the execution of your Will.
In today's world families can be complicated and this makes a Will especially important, particularly with cohabiting couples or couples who may have children from previous relations. No one wants to see their loved one lose out, but without a Will, your assets fall under the English law of intestacy and under these rules they may not receive anything.
If no living blood relatives can be found under these rules your cash could end up going to the Duchy of Cornwall, The Duchy of Lancaster or the Crown.
The Society of Will Writers was established to protect the rights of people and ensure Professional adhere to high standards.
They ensure the highest standards of Professional are met, and protect the interest of the public.
All members are qualified through training and examination.
All members have a 2 million indemnity cover, so their clients are protected.
All members under-take ongoing training to maintain their standards and update their knowledge.
All members must follow a strict code of practice.
All members are subject to the terms of business laid out by the Society of Will Writers.
A Will gives you the right to choose, who will benefit from your estate, and what they will get, as well as allow you to choose when they may benefit.
A Living Will, allows you to choose what treatment you would like to receive if any, in the unfortunate event that you are diagnosed with a terminal illness.
An LPA allows you to decide who will look after your affairs, should you lose mental capacity.
This can either be a health and welfare LPA or a financial LPA.