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Why write a will?

Writing a will is one of the most important things you can do for your family.

It legally protects your partner, children and assets and spells out how you want things handled after you have passed away.

Yet it’s estimated that approximately 33 million people in the UK do not have a will. Do you?

If you don’t, now is the time to consider making one. Speak to our expert wills solicitor today.  

Our expertise in bespoke Wills

Our specialist Wills solicitors are members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and Solicitors for the Elderly.

They can: 

  • Draft and finalise your Will
  • Amend an existing Will
  • Contest a Will 
  • Help you preserve your assets for future generations
  • Advise you on the best ways to plan for the future
  • Take your individual tax planning and other financial objectives into account 
  • Look at assets that form part of an estate for inheritance tax and offer advice upon the most efficient structure, if appropriate

All with clear and comprehensive advice, every step of the way, giving you the peace of mind you need. 

We write Wills for:

Divorcing or separating couples
Married couples
Unmarried couplesSingle parents
Individuals or couples with children whom they wish to protect from a previous relationship
Individuals with business assets and to facilitate succession planning
Individuals with vulnerable loved ones
Wills incorporating trusts for inheritance tax planning and to ring fence assets to protect beneficiaries on divorce
Wills where there are overseas assets and domicile issues to include inter-jurisdictional requirements
We advise upon the devolution of your estate generally and the impact of pension death benefits and assets owned jointly between two parties

Get in touch

Our specialists Wills solicitors work across all of our UK offices. Browse locations.

If you would like to speak to someone, you can make a first, strictly confidential enquiry to our Client Care Team below.

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