Making a Will
Everyone should make a Will and update it regularly to ensure that after their death, their assets are distributed quickly and efficiently amongst their own, chosen beneficiaries.
Most people prefer to set out these wishes in a professionally prepared Will and entrust its administration to the hands of valued friends and relations which is particularly important especially when under age beneficiaries are involved. However, we are more than happy to act as your executors if required.
Working with you to ensure your wishes are met we shall aim to make writing your Will as easy for you as possible. We’ll prepare your Will professionally and provide you with all the advice you need to achieve peace of mind. We may even be able to save your beneficiaries considerable sums in Inheritance Tax.
In order to provide the professional advice that such an important and often complex matter demands, it’s important that we take time to get to know your circumstances and wishes. We are happy to arrange a meeting either in our offices, in your home, hospital or a location convenient to you.
Recent research shows that 67% of people wouldn’t know where to locate their parents’ Wills in the event of bereavement – the passage of time, house moves and new relationships all being contributory factors. If your Will is deemed lost or never written your loved ones and beneficiaries are exposed to potential financial loss and unwelcome stress.
When we write your Will and retain the original in our safe we shall digitally record its location on the Certainty Wills register so that your beneficiaries can always locate it when the time comes.