Services | Wills & Estate Planning
There are many reasons why you should make a Will, such as:
If you wish to make a Will or if you have any query relating to making a Will or Estate Planning then please contact us now by emailing your query to firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon receipt of your enquiry we shall contact you and outline what further information we require from you in order to enable us to draft a Will on your behalf and to ensure that the legal formalities are complied with.
Our job is to give you peace of mind about what will happen after you die. We can provide you with the reassurance of knowing that you have made sensible provision for your loved ones by preparing a legally valid and properly drafted Will on your behalf. If you are unclear as to why you should make a Will or what would happen if you die without making a Will, then you may find our Will facts below useful.
1. What is a Will?
A Will is a document in which you outline what you would like to happen to your estate upon your death. Your estate comprises of any assets that you own at the date of your death. No matter how little you feel your estate is worth, it is important that you make a Will. Your Will is your opportunity for you to confirm:
2. What happens if you don't make a Will?
If you don't make a Will then delays in dealing with your estate may be caused, along with unnecessary anxiety for family members and your loved ones. If you die without leaving a Will then your estate shall be distributed accordingly to the laws of Intestacy and you shall have no say in relation to the distribution of your estate.
3. How much will making a Will cost?
Making a Will can be relatively inexpensive. However, because the complexity of each Will can vary we shall provide you with a quotation, upon receipt of your formal enquiry.
Please email your query in relation to making a Will to email@example.com
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