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Over half of the United Kingdom’s adult population do not have a legal Will.  Although it is not pleasant to think about passing away and leaving your loved ones, it is important that you have your affairs in order for what is unfortunately an inevitable event.

Wills

Why should I make a Will?

In a Will you can make sure your wishes are put into effect.  I can assist you in areas such as:-

  • Whether you wish to be buried, cremated or to donate your body for research.

  • Any cultural or religious practices you wish to have observed at your funeral.

  • Whether you want to have any of your organs donated.

  • Any other wishes you may have for your funeral

  • Choose guardians for any children you may have under the age of 18 years

  • Specify who will deal with your financial and personal affairs after your death

  • Avoid your assets going to people you had not intended

  • Protect your business interests

  • Minimise the payment of Inheritance Tax due on your death

One of the most important things that an up to date and well drafted Will can do is ease the administrative burden on the loved ones you leave behind.

We all know that we should have a Will, and ensure that if we have a Will it is kept updated.  Many of us put off making a Will because we don’t want to think about it, find it too confusing or just simply don’t know where to start.

Having a Will gives you peace of mind that you have taken care of certain details and your family will not be under any additional stress during an already highly emotional time.

Our fixed fees for Wills 

Contact us now for a free no obligation discussion regarding your affairs.

Single Will £150 

Mirror Wills £250

Single Life Interest Trust Will £250

Mirror Life Interest Trust Wills £400

Codicil £100

Annual Storage fee £10

Woods Legal offer a full and inclusive service for the fixed fees listed.  From taking your initial instructions, the drafting and any subsequent changes and amendments of your draft Will, all correspondence to the production of your final engrossment and execution of your Will.  

See our Blog on Wills for the latest updates and current news.