Having no Will means that the intestacy rules will determine the division of your estate and your intended beneficiaries may end up sharing your estate or losing out altogether. Did you know that spouses do not always end up getting the whole estate under the intestacy rules?
A Will enables you not only to direct your assets, but also to protect assets and beneficiaries by the incorporation of trusts.
Our areas of advice include:
- Preparation of Wills
- Wills including trusts
- Inheritance Tax advice
- Business assets
- Wills protecting disabled or vulnerable beneficiaries
- Wills balancing the needs of a spouse and children
- Wills protecting cohabitees
- Advice on the protection of assets from care home fees
- Appointing professional Executors
Our Team offers a fixed fee for ‘straight-forward’ Wills. The cost for Wills with more complex instructions including inheritance tax planning or trusts will be higher but we would agree the price with you before undertaking any work.
We are happy to talk with you about the services we offer on a no obligation basis. Please contact us to discuss your situation further.
If you have a dispute regarding a Will or administration of an estate please see our Wills & Probate Dispute Team.