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Easylawyers are pleased to offer our clients a solicitors drafted professional home will writing service. easylawyers has entered into a partnership with a leading UK law firm Dickinson Dees to provide this legal Will service.
Ten Reasons To Make a Legal Will:
Making a Will is the only way to ensure your property and possessions will go where you want after your death. The only way to ensure that your dependants are provided for in the event of your death is to write a legally enforceable Will. It is essential if you wish to avoid any argument, expense or delay.
If you die without making a Will, your belongings will not necessarily go to your wife or husband. The intestacy laws will decide how your property should be distributed to each of your relatives. For example, a surviving spouse with children is only entitled to take the first £125,000 of assets, the chattels (contents) in your home and a life intetest in half of the remainder of your assets.
If you die without making a Will and have no family, everything goes to the Government.
A Will is essential to provide properly for young children in the event of both parents dying.
You and your partner should each have your own separate Will.
If you have married, entered into a civil partnership, separated, divorced or remarried since you made your Will, it is essential to make a new Will.
When you marry or enter into a civil partnership any Will you may have already made is normally null and void.
Once you have made your Will, you should look at it every year to make sure it still fits your wishes and circumstances.
You should seek professional advice when you make or change your Will. Home made Wills may be incorrectly drawn up and signed and so may not stand up in Law and may not deal with your estate in accordance with your wishes.
You can reduce the tax your estate will suffer by careful drafting of the terms of your Will.
How easy is it to make my Will?
The process is made extremely simple. There are no visits to the solicitor; your Will instructions can be taken over the telephone in the convenience of your own home by a trained counsellor at a time convenient to you - daytime, evenings or weekends.
By having our partners Dickinson Dees draft your Will you can rest assured knowing that your will has been drafted under the supervision of an expert solicitor and that after your death your estate will be distributed in accordance with your wishes.