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It may surprise you that in 2015, 70 per cent of people who died did not have a will. Many people choose not to write a will, or to use a will writing service because they feel the process will be too completed and expensive, but this is simply not true.
Our professional will writing service is tailor-made for your specific individual needs. When writing a will you have to take into consideration many factors including marital status, dependants, the financial situation and if any dependants have a disability.
Wills are extremely personal and need to be carefully written in order to encompass all of these personal considerations.
Making it affordable
Making a will can even ensure that those who inherit can make savings on inheritance tax while guaranteeing that your final wishes will be carried out.
When it comes to getting a will, it makes sense to get a cost comparison to make sure that you are getting the best value for money.
Trusted Will Writers compares the market, saving you time over visiting every website while making sure that you won’t pay more than you have to.
Trusted Will Writers will show you all your options so you can get the will that meets your needs at a price you can afford.
Children: in case you have children or even step-children under the age of 18 years, you should allocate funds and the person to look after them.
Divorced: in case a previous partner remarries; you may consider updating the will to capture what happens to the assets.
Property: in case you have ‘tenants in common’ mortgage, its crucial to outline the fate of your share of the house.
- To point out your executors you need to identify a trusted and responsible friend to execute the whole financial process after you die.
- To allocate your estate you have to define how your estate will be shared amongst those you leave behind.
- To mitigate inheritance tax in case you pass away without a will, there are stringent laws regarding whom and how your estate is shared.