Wills and Probate
Your will is an essential document to legally set out how you want your property, assets and minor children to be cared for and distributed after your death.
You can write a will yourself but you should get legal advice to ensure that your will is valid and easy to understand.
If your estate is valuable and you have multiple assets and other issues to consider, it may be sensible to have your will drafted professionally.
Most solicitors firms now offer fixed price fees for drafting wills so it is well worth comparing different firms to find best value.
A mirror will deals with the requirements of a couple with shared assets and intentions. A single will only applies to the one person.
Many of these firms operate nationally and can deal with cases by email, post and telephone – if you would prefer to see someone face to face you can look for firms offering fixed fee services near you here.results
Prices include VAT and Court Fees where applicable.