We are often asked whether there is any real need to make a will as there is a belief that a will is an unnecessary expense and that your estate will pass to your spouse partner or family.
Unfortunately this is a common misconception and failure to make a will will usually result in at least one of the following :-
1 Your estate not transfering to the party you wish it to transfer to(including your spouse where you have children)
2 The party you would prefer to act as your executor not being appointed
3 Inheritance tax arising where some estate planning could have avoided this
4 The process of winding up your estate being longer and more expensive in legal court and insurance fees
In the case of a straightforward will the preparation of a will need not be expensive and we also offer a package price for husband and wife or wills for civil partners or unmarried individuals