Your will tells everyone what should happen to your money, possessions and property after you die (all these things together are called your estate). If you do not leave a will, the law decides how your estate is passed on - and this might not be in line with your wishes.
Some of the benefits are:
Now's The Time To Make A Will The frequency with which you should make a will depends on your personal circumstances and life changes. In general, it is a good idea to review and update your will every time there is a significant change in your life, such as a marriage Call Premier Solicitors
If you die without making a Will, you die intestate. This means that your property and possessions are distributed in accordance with the intestacy rules which may mean somebody who you did not want to inherit receives some or all of your estate.
There are different types of Wills and Trust Wills available and the one that is right for you will depend on your individual circumstances.
Premier Solicitors are here to discuss your individual circumstances and help you decide which is the right will for you - call our wills team today for advice as well as a no obligation fixed fee quote on 01234 358080 (option 2).
Alternatively, complete our online questionnaire (click here) and a member of the Premier Solicitors' Will Drafting Team will contact you and shall provide you with a quote before commencing any work. If you are happy with the quote we shall draft and send to you your draft Will within 2 weeks of receipt of your full instructions. On receipt of your draft Will(s) simply check that your wishes have been reflected and call us on 01234 35 80 80 to approve your draft Will(s) or to make any amendments. We will then prepare a final version for you to sign. If you live locally to our Bedford Head Office, we recommend that you come into the office to sign your Will. Otherwise, we can post your finalised Will out to you for you to sign at home.