Will Writing and Estate Planning

Many people fail to make a Will or have an out-of-date Will which no longer reflects their wants or needs following changes in circumstances such as divorce, the birth of a child, moving house or finding a new partner. If you already have a Will, it is essential to ensure that you review your Will regularly.


Why should you make a Will?

1. Making a Will gives you the power to decide who will inherit your assets and how they will be shared out - if you don't make a will, the     law says who gets what and this may not accord with your wishes

2. If you aren't married or in a civil partnership your partner will not inherit automatically

3. Making a Will can help you to mitigate the amount of inheritance tax your beneficiaries may pay

Please use the following link to the 'DirectGov' website to read much more information on why you should make a Will:



We offer a full Will Writing and Estate Planning Service covering:-

• Wills, Single and Mirror

• Lasting Power of Attorney Property Affairs

• Lasting Power of Attorney Health and Welfare

• Right of Residence Trust

• Life Interest Trust

• Discretionary Trust

• Disabled Discretionary Trust

• Business Property Trust

• Property Registration

• Parental Responsibilty Agreement

• Property Transfer of Ownership

• Property Registration

• Severence of Tenancy

• Letter of Wishes

• Lifetime Trusts

• Asset Protection Lifetime Trust

• Pilot Trust

• Spousal Bypass Trust