Setting up a Will – Advice Service in Telford

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Wills

Everyone should consider making a Will to deal with their estate. Making a Will ensures that your wishes are known and understood by your loved ones.

A well-drafted Will is one of the best ways of protecting both your interests and the estate you have spent a lifetime building up. In your Will you can;

  • Change or revoke an earlier Will if your circumstances have changed
  • Set out your funeral wishes
  • Appoint the people you want to look after your estate after your death
  • Name the people you would like to look after any children or dependants
  • Show who you would like to benefit from your estate
  • Make a charitable gift
  • Set out any other special wishes you have

If you do not make a Will you die ‘intestate’ and your estate (that is your property and possessions) will be distributed according to the law, rather than according to your own wishes. Ultimately, if there is no Will and you have no known relatives your estate will go to the Crown.

We recommend you review your Will at least every few years. You should certainly make a new Will if you have married, divorced, if there has been a birth or death in the family or any major changes in your property or possessions. Your Will needs to be updated to ensure that as your circumstances change, your Will continues to reflect your wishes.

The process for making a Will is generally far more straightforward than most people believe. At MSD Law we can provide a friendly, professional, quick and efficient Will drafting service. We will also store your Will, free of charge.

Our prices start at £200.00 plus VAT for a single Will or £325.00 plus VAT for a mirror will.

Wills

Everyone should consider making a Will to deal with their estate. Making a Will ensures that your wishes are known and understood by your loved ones.

A well-drafted Will is one of the best ways of protecting both your interests and the estate you have spent a lifetime building up. In your Will you can;

  • Change or revoke an earlier Will if your circumstances have changed
  • Set out your funeral wishes
  • Appoint the people you want to look after your estate after your death
  • Name the people you would like to look after any children or dependants
  • Show who you would like to benefit from your estate
  • Make a charitable gift
  • Set out any other special wishes you have

If you do not make a Will you die ‘intestate’ and your estate (that is your property and possessions) will be distributed according to the law, rather than according to your own wishes. Ultimately, if there is no Will and you have no known relatives your estate will go to the Crown.

We recommend you review your Will at least every few years. You should certainly make a new Will if you have married, divorced, if there has been a birth or death in the family or any major changes in your property or possessions. Your Will needs to be updated to ensure that as your circumstances change, your Will continues to reflect your wishes.

The process for making a Will is generally far more straightforward than most people believe. At MSD Law we can provide a friendly, professional, quick and efficient Will drafting service. We will also store your Will, free of charge.

Our prices start at £200.00 plus VAT for a single Will or £325.00 plus VAT for a mirror will.

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