Do you have a Will?

Over 70% of the population don’t have a current accurate Will. Don’t be one of them – if you are, you risk dying intestate (i.e. without saying who should inherit your property) and leaving a very uncertain future for your family, friends and business partners. Our specialist Wills solicitors strongly advise that you make a Will and review it regularly.

We offer value for money fixed fees for simple Wills. If you make a Will you keep some control over what happens to your property after you die and can ensure:

  • Those you care for are provided for
  • You decide who deals with your estate (known as the executor)
  • You choose someone to look after your young children
  • You minimise tax payable on your death
  • You remember family and friends by leaving them particular gifts
  • You avoid disputes over your property from first and second families
  • You make proper provision for your co-habitee if you are unmarried
  • You provide a smooth handover of your business

What to include in your will

Don’t forget your estate may be more valuable than you think and includes:

  • Your home
  • Your business
  • Your savings
  • Any insurance or pension policies
  • Your personal possessions
  • Second homes

Let our experience be your guide. For further information on how we can help you contact us today at or call us on +44 (01484) 437 475.