Many people put off making a Will until it is too late.
Dying without a Will or with a poorly drafted Will can lead to complications for those you leave behind when they come to sort out your estate. Having a well drafted Will is the best way to ensure your assets go to those you wish to inherit rather than passing in accordance with Statutory Rules.
We understand that making a Will can be a daunting process. The experienced members of our Wills team are here to make this process simple and straightforward for you, providing you with advice you can rely upon. We always endeavour to understand your wishes and priorities so we can prepare a Will that best suits your requirements.
“Brilliant in every respect. Jenny Greenland is a consummate professional. She has great interpersonal skills. She is also kind, sensitive and thoughtful.” RW, December 2018
You may be concerned about protecting your assets for future generations, reducing exposure to Inheritance Tax or protecting a vulnerable family member. Ensuring your Will is structured and drafted properly will give you peace of mind that after your death, things will be dealt with correctly and in accordance with your wishes.
If you already have a Will, it is extremely important to keep it under regular review. The law changes regularly, as do personal circumstances. We advise reviewing your Will at least every five years to ensure that it continues to meet your needs and wishes.
“We have always used Imogen Moran for our Wills before and have always been very pleased. Imogen was very helpful and friendly.” RB, January 2019