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Wills - Let us guide you through the Will writing process
Why put off taking care of your family's future?
Writing a Will is often something that you may not want to think about and can easily be put off. However it can never be done too early, and should never be left until it is too late.
Around 70% of people die without a Will, and if you haven't written one then your estate may not be distributed as you would wish. Dying intestate, that is without a Will, could mean that your estate may not pass to your chosen beneficiaries, but also that thousands of pounds will be paid in tax.
Why you need a Will:
- You can plan and organise for the future of your loved ones - giving you peace of mind
- It will ensure that your estate is distributed exactly as you want it to be
- It will avoid any unnecessary complications for your family in the future
Writing a Will can often be more complex than you think...
Writing a Will can be a relatively straightforward process, and our team will be happy to take you through each step. However, writing a Will can become more complicated when you think of the potential inheritance tax implications. Wills can be used in combination with Trusts to help avoid any unnecessary taxation and can also ensure that your assets are protected and are guaranteed to be passed to your chosen beneficiaries, regardless of your own personal circumstances.
As well as choosing who the beneficiaries of your Will are, another challenging task is to determine who the executor and guardians will be. Our team have many years experience in resolving such important decisions with families and the feedback is that it can be extremely helpful to speak to someone who is independent of the situation.
Our professional, qualified Will writers will take the time to help plan and write your Will
Our team of experts will help guide you through the Will process, which can at times be a relatively simple, swift process, but can also be complicated depending on the size of the estate and the way you wish to distribute it.
Inheritance Solutions UK will talk you through the pros and cons of the various options that are available when writing a Will, as well as providing professional advice on inheritance tax and how best to avoid it.
How long will it take and how much will it cost?
Determining how much it will cost to write your Will is entirely dependent on the complexity of the Will required, and the amount of time it takes to complete. Give our expert team a call now and we will be happy to discuss the options and provide a fixed quotation.