We provide a professional will writing service, our experienced team of will writers can help put your mind at ease with this straightforward legally binding last will and testament that will name executors, ensure that everything is properly dealt with and appoint guardians to take care of your children. Making a Will can be a difficult process but it will give you the peace of mind that everything will be taken care of according to your wishes should the worst happen. This last will and testament can be amended and created to your specifications by our professional will writers and it will cover appointing executors, guardians for your children, legacies and what will happen to the rest of your estate. For further information regarding making a will, read our will writing guide.
Use this last will and testament:
• If you are aged over 18
This last will and testament covers:
• Leaving what you own to your spouse or civil partner, and then to your children or other beneficiaries in equal shares
• Leaving specific gifts (including amounts of money) to your loved ones
• Appointing a guardian for your children
Without a will, your estate will be divided according to the rules of intestacy, and therefore your assets may not be passed on and divided according to your wishes. Writing a will ensures;
A will allows you to make gifts of money or specific items to individuals or charities of your choosing. If you do not write a will then everything you own will be distributed in accordance with the intestacy rules. And, depending on your individual circumstances, the entirety of your estate could escheat to the Crown.
Furthermore the intestacy rules do not recognise unmarried partners or stepchildren. As a result, even if you’ve lived together for many years, your cohabitant or stepchild may be left with nothing if you do not write a will.
Intestacy is time-consuming and stressful process. It can take many months, sometimes years, to gain access to assets after a person dies. In the meantime, bills can pile up for those financially dependent on you.
There are numerous examples throughout history of families of famous stars such as Barry White, Bob Marley and Jimi Hendrix squabbling for years because of the rules of intestacy; writing a will means your loved ones are less likely to fall out over who gets what after you are gone.
Making a will allows you to choose the person you believe will offer the best care for your children if you’re not around.
Writing a will also has the crucial advantage of allowing you to leave instructions about how you want your body to be dealt with after you die.
Making a will with us is easy, simply place your order below and a member of our will writing service team will be in touch. You can choose to complete our will writing questionnaire which we will send you once your order is placed, once returned our will writers will use the information contained within your will writing questionnaire to make your will. Alternatively we can arrange for you to have a 1 hour telephone appointment with one of our experienced will writers to discuss your requirements and make your will. If you wish to make a joint will with a partner, please select our mirror will writing service option.