In preparing wills, we seek to achieve:
• Clarity and brevity, using plain English to the greatest extent possible. Your will is your last testament and should be written in a way that you and your family understand.
• Ease in the preparation of your will- we will be able to take instructions from you following and prepare a will from your own notes, or from your completing our specially prepared questionnaire.
• Sound legal advice on the implications of your intentions, with the benefit of our experience in the area so as to minimise the tax penalties, where this is a consideration, provide for the unforeseen, and achieve an effective solution to your needs.
In addition to preparing your wills, we are able to offer an executorship service. We are happy to accept appointments as executors either as a firm, as individuals within the firm, or jointly with your friends or family.
We suggest that you review your will after any change in circumstances or major event in your life such as marriage, birth of children, divorce, death of a family member, purchase of property, to ensure that your will is up to date.