Why should I make a will?
Why should I use a solicitor to make will?
How do I make a will?
Make an appointment with a specialist solicitor who will take full instructions and find out about your circumstances and wishes. You will then need to sign your will once you are happy with its contents.
If I do not make a will, what happens?
How do I change my will?
Make an appointment with a specialist solicitor. The formalities can be complex.
What do I do if a family member dies and has not left a will?
Make an appointment with a specialist solicitor, who will advise you as to who is entitled to make an application for a Grant of Letters of Administration in order to deal with the deceased’s affairs.
How does relationship/marital status affect wills?
How much will it cost me?
How does a lasting power of attorney work?
If you have any questions or wish to seek advice on any issue concerning the writing of a will, management of an estate or lasting power of attorney, please call us on 01329 822 333.
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