Will Writing & Estate Planning
The majority of people die without having made a Will. If you die without a Will, it means that your estate will be dealt with in accordance with strict legal rules and may not pass to the people who you would want to benefit.
In order to ensure that your wishes are carried out, it is essential that you make a Will and we will guide you through the process.
Wills are not just for the elderly. Although it is not a happy thought, sadly some people do die at a young age and leave families behind them.
If you have young children, you can appoint guardians in your Will so that you are safe in the knowledge that your children will be cared for by the people of your choice.
This would include closing bank accounts, finalising tax matters, dealing with the sale of a property and the payment of legacies.
Please contact us for a no obligation quote on 01924 291400 or by emailing Sharon Woodward