Will Writing Services
Over 70% of us do not see planning our estate as a priority. In fact, it’s only when we hear of loved ones in crises that we fully understand the importance of having a Will in place.
At The Will Group, we understand that writing a Will can appear to be a complicated and daunting task. But in reality, it’s never been easier to make or update your Will – especially with our expert team by your side.
We offer a professional Will writing and probate service to clients who want to make sure the ones they love will be provided for when they are gone. By talking to you about your objectives – either face-to-face in the comfort of your own home, or via the web – we can tailor our services to meet your own goals, taking everything and everyone into consideration to leave you with a Will that perfectly reflects your wishes.
We charge fixed fees for single or partner Wills – and if things change, rest assured we can update or redraft your Wills for you at any time.
Why is writing a will Important?
Depending on your personal circumstances when you eventually pass away, your money and your assets could be distributed incorrectly. In some cases, much of your legacy could even go straight to the state. There is nothing in law that ensures your partner, your children, your other dependents and even your chosen charities will receive what you intended them to have, either.
The only way to ensure that your property and assets are shared amongst your loved ones as you want them to be is to create a legally valid Will. By writing a Will, you get to choose your executors and beneficiaries; you get to ensure that everyone you love is looked after; and you get to set out your funeral requests in black and white.
Preparing for your appointment
To make sure everything goes smoothly on the day, we will ask you to:
• Put together a list of everything you own – including property, stocks, shares, pensions, insurance policies, family heirlooms and other assets – and make a note of who you
would like to pass them down to
• Think about what you would like to happen if one of your beneficiaries passes away before you do
• Consider where you would like your funeral to take place, and what you would like it to entail
• Make a note of any questions you would like to ask us about your will and the wider estate planning process