Wills & Probate

It's easy to put off making a will. However, if you die without a Will your assets may be distributed according to the law rather than your wishes. This could mean that your partner receives less, or that the money goes to family members who may not need it. A will sets out who is to benefit from your property and possessions (your estate) after your death. There are many good reasons to make a will:

  • you can decide how your assets are shared - if you don't have a will, the law says who gets what

· if you aren't married or in a civil partnership (whether or not it's a same sex relationship) your partner will not inherit automatically - you can make sure your partner is provided for

· if you're divorced or if your civil partnership has been dissolved you can decide whether to leave anything to an ex-partner who's living with someone else

· you can make sure you don't pay more Inheritance Tax than necessary

We can offer guidance in drawing up a Last Will and Testament as well as acting as executor of someone else's Will. 

We can also offer expert guidance on potetial Inheritance Tax and capital Gains where appropriate as well as offering lawfull tax avoidance advice.

Wills start at £50 plus vat for the straight forward matters.