Everything You Should Know About a Will

Everything You Should Kow About a Will

 

Important Points About Wills

Virtually every person in the world postpones the thought of writing their Will. Probably, it is because we do not want the reminder that our mortality is inevitable.


No matter what excuse you come up with for not making a Will, like many other people, you do not realise just how important it is to make one. In fact, writing a Will is often considered to be the most important document you have to write in your lifetime.


What is a Will?


A Will in simple terms is an important legal document that clearly indicates how you want your assets distributed after your death. During your lifetime, you can alter it in any way you want.

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What Should a Will Contain?


A Will should identify the ways in which you wish your assets to be distributed among your loved ones after you die. This can include the distribution of your personal tangible property like jewellery, antique furniture etc. Your Will also allows you to nominate a guardian for your children and to identify the person or people you wish to handle the winding up of your estate when the time comes. Probate in itself can be a lengthy and expensive process.


Where to Get a Will?


At The Will Associates, we are one of the largest Will Writing companies you can find in the UK. We offer a quality service at an affordable price. Our experienced consultants take their time to understand your circumstances and visit you in the comfort of your own home. Our legal team drafts the Wills personally and a solicitor oversees the entire process. Our solicitors are members of the Law Society, regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.


For any additional information contact The Will Associates by calling us on 0800 9500 700 to arrange a free, no obligation consultation at a time convenient to you and your loved ones, in the comfort of your own home.