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Will Writing Advice.

Thinking about writing a Will can be daunting yet it is probably one of the most important things you can do to ensure that your wishes are carried out.

Writing a Will:

  • Makes your wishes known. Keeping your Will up to date gives you peace of mind that the people and causes that matter to you will be looked after in the way you want.
  • Helps your family and friends. A Will means your family and friends can administer your estate knowing that they are acting on your wishes.
  • Gives your assets to the people and causes you care about. Without a Will that sets out your wishes, what happens to your estate when you die will be decided by law. If you have written a Will, you keep control.
  • Can minimise inheritance tax. Having a Will may reduce the amount of inheritance tax that could be payable on your estate.

Explore our Will writing FAQs below.

What is a Will?

How do I find a solicitor and write a Will?

Can I update an existing Will?

What should I do once my Will is written and witnessed?

How often should I update my Will?

What happens on my death if I fail to make a Will?

What types of gifts can I leave in Wills?

How do solicitors operate?