Many people put off making a Will because they believe the process will be complicated and confusing. Others mistakenly believe that their estate will pass in a particular way, such as everything to their spouse. Dying without making a valid Will (Intestate) could mean unnecessary delay in settling your affairs or accessing funds resulting in financial hardship for your family.

A Will can set out how you would like your assets to be distributed, appoint guardians for minor children, make provision for disabled beneficiaries, as well as detail gifts you may wish to include. If your estate is likely to be liable for Inheritance Tax then a properly structured Will can reduce or even remove that liability altogether.

We will visit you at home to guide you through the process step by step so that you and your family can be sure that your wishes will be carried out in the event of your death. Once you have approved your draft Will, we will bring the final document to you at home and ensure that it is properly signed and witnessed.