Whatever your situation, everybody should have one to avoid the law deciding everything for you. The Administration of Estates Act 1925 details the law of intestacy, find out for yourself what happens without a Will in place by clicking here.
Keep it up to date throughout life, make changes to it following key events such as births, marriage, divorce or death of people named in your Will, or you may just want to reflect new wishes.
Don’t waste your time with a DIY will kit or an Internet will, even with the best intention you are likely to get something wrong. It really isn’t worth the risk. Use a professional to ensure the legal formalities are addressed and your will is valid.
Whoever you use, make sure they are trained and qualified like us (not everyone is), we are members of the Institute of Professional Willwriters (IPW), we comply with its Code of Practice which is approved and regulated by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSi), so why not contact us now?
As we all get older our needs change, and protecting our assets for our family’s future benefit is important. Do this by either adding trust clauses to your Wills, so that on first death half the estate is safeguarded. We will happily help you chose the right kind of trust for your situation.