Making a Will may seem like a daunting task, however our personal and friendly approach guides you through the process.
We take time to get to know you and your personal requirements, ensuring your wishes are accurately documented and your family and/or other beneficiaries are protected. Making a Will is one of the most thoughtful things you can do for your family, as it provides them with the reassurance that your wishes are being reflected.
We specialise in working with families and carers of disabled and vulnerable individuals and our team has built its excellent reputation on understanding the specific needs of disabled and vulnerable people, their parents and carers.
How will the process work?
Our process starts with arranging a meeting with you, which can take place in your own home or at our offices. Prior to the meeting we will ask you to complete a questionnaire which gives us an understanding of your current situation.
During the pre-arranged meeting, which will last no more than two hours, we will discuss your choices, for example: who might be the right person(s) to be the executor of your Will, guardians of any children if applicable, the beneficiaries of your Will, gifts of personal items, funeral wishes and any Trusts that may need to be set up.
Within two weeks of our meeting we will send you through a draft of your Will with a letter detailing what each clause means within the Will itself. There is then the opportunity for you to tweak the document before the Will is agreed and signed, this usually takes place at our offices.
For more information on Wills or to speak to us about the cost of writing a new Will or updating an existing one, please do not hesitate to contact us. We also provide Trustee and Executor services, for more information click here.