Why should you make a Will ?

  • If a person dies without having made a Will then the law automatically dictates what is to happen to their property. There is no opportunity to consider what the wishes of the deceased would have been.                                                                                                     
  • To avoid any uncertainty you should make a Will as that is the only way you can determine who is to benefit from your estate after your death.
  • There is no legal standing for 'common law' couples, so your wishes must be clear within a Will to avoid financial hardship and emotional turmoil for your loved one. 
  • To ensure your estate is divided as you wish upon divorce or a separation.
  • To appoint guardians for your children.
  • To minimise the impact of inheritance tax.
  • To provide valuable assistance to your favourite charity.

 How much does it cost?

 The cost depends on the complexity of the estate and the directions which need to be included in the Will. In the majority of cases, not including business provisions, the cost for one person is £95.00 plus VAT, for a couple living together £160.00 plus VAT.

We have safe storage at no additional cost where we can look after your Will.