About our Wills…
Are you looking for a reliable and trust worthy Will from a UK Will Writing Solicitor?
If you are looking for a reliable and trust worthy provider of Wills that are written by UK Will Writing Solicitors, then please look no further than the Wills, Trusts, LPA’s and Funeral Plans that we can provide to you via our National Will, Trust, LPA and Funeral Plan providing partner.
Before getting in touch please first understand why you need a Will…
So, Why do you need a Will?
If you do not currently have a Will, you have no say over what happens to your assets and who will look after your children etc. when you die and this can cause difficulties for family members, loved ones and those that you care about most, which is why you should seek out a Will from our UK Will Writing Solicitors.
For more reasons why you might need a will please see this article written by our Partners: 4 reason why you need a Will.
So anyone with assets or children should have a Will but lets have a look at who are the most in need of a Will from our UK Will Writing Solicitors…
Why Property Owners need a Will?
Everyone should have a Will but this is particularly true if you are buying a property (or own a property or a number of properties such as Landlords and Property Investors etc.).
As you now have a large value asset or many large value assets, it is important that should anything happen to you, your asset or assets are to get passed to the people who you would want them passed to and not anyone else, due to current government legislation or laws.
Why Married People Need a Will?
If you are think of getting married (or are married), have entered a civil partnership or have a long-term partner, then you should make a Will. All of these different relationship commitments can affect how your finance and wealth can be passed down by law and so you should implement a Will to ensure that your finances and wealth should be allocated to the people you want, how you want it, rather than how the law will do it for you in instances where no Will exists.
Why People Thinking of Having Children or Parents with Children should have a Will?
If you are thinking of having children (or have children), or if you have other dependents or you simply want to leave something of yours to someone you love who is not a close family member, then it is advisable to have Will in place. Again if you want your finance and wealth to be distributed your way and not the way of the law, then it is important for you to have a Will written by UK Will Writing Solicitors.
So we have now seen the types of people that should have a Will but lets explore the benefits of having a Will…
Benefits of having a Will…
Previous Will customers have told us that once they had made their Will, they felt a huge sense of relief.
They have previously realised that, in doing so, they have legally recorded how they wanted their assets divided after their death, thus providing their family with the security they deserve and themselves with the peace of mind that this security offered can provide.
When thinking and discussing Wills there are often some misconceptions that people have so now it’s good to take a look at those…
Popular Will misconceptions…
It is a common belief that, if you are married or in a civil partnership, your spouse or civil partner will automatically inherit everything you own when you die. In fact, the law sets out rules that determine how your assets are to be divided if you should die without leaving a Will.
And these rules are…
The Will rules are intended to be fair, but they may not suit you. For example, if your spouse or civil partner and children survive you, your assets will be divided among them in fixed proportions that may not suit your family.
Equally, the rules make no provision for a partner if you are not married or in a civil partnership, even if you have lived together for many years. It is possible to write your own Will, but it is a good idea to seek professional advice or the services of a professional UK Will Writing Solicitor.
Your Will is important, professional advice and a professional Will, will ensure that your Will complies with all the legal requirements. A professional Will writing service from UK Will Writing Solicitors will also ensure that your instructions are clear and will be followed as per your wishes, after your death, and it should also ensure that you have taken advantage of any tax reliefs that could be available to you.
So, Why a Will from our Will, Trust, LPA and Funeral Planning Partner?
The Will Associates are fast becoming the largest Will writing company in the U.K, offering a fully guaranteed Will writing service.
Their UK consultants will visit you in the comfort of your own home and you won’t be charged by the hour. In addition to this, all Wills are drafted by professionals. Production is overseen by a professional UK Will Writing Solicitor who is a member of the Law Society and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (S.R.A).
As part of the Will Associates, we are registered under the Data Protection Act, so you know your information is fully secure and for each customer they hold £2 million of indemnity insurance cover, to ensure that everyone has peace of mind.
They are a rapidly expanding company, regularly advertising in the national press and on television, and this has helped them to cement their vision as a company serious about Estate Planning Products as well as their customers’ welfare. Besides Wills, they also offer many other Estate Planning / Death Planning services that help to protect children, parents and properties against state interference.
The highly trained UK consultants can assess your current circumstances whilst you are in the comfort of your own home and recommend the products that will provide the correct protection for you, your family and your assets.
You can get a free estate planning information pack today should you require more information, or feel free to contact us for more information or should you like to book an appointment with a consultant local to you.
Either email: firstname.lastname@example.org (with “Wills” in the Subject Line) and your requirements or request for an appointment or call: 07517 024979 should you have any questions or wish to book an appointment with a local consultant.