Why should I have a Will?
A Will is a legal document that ensures you leave your money and possessions to the people you want to benefit from them. Making your Will is probably one of the most important financial decisions you'll ever make. Dying without a Will means you ‘die intestate’ which means that it's the state that decides who benefits from your estate, not you.
Many people put off making a Will because they think it's too expensive or that they don't need to think about it until they're old, but life can be snatched away at any time, regardless of how old or healthy you are. So, if you haven't already thought about it, as long as you’re over 18 years of age, you’re never too young, too poor or too busy to make your Will.
Local Wills Solicitors
We have offices stretching across the North West; three in Bolton and one in Atherton, Bury, Chester, Farnworth, Horwich and Middleton. Although we pride ourselves on being a regional firm, a number of our departments service clients throughout England and Wales. if you would like to get in contact with our Wills team, please call 0800 103 2600 or request a call back
We are accredited by the Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme which sets the benchmark for best practice and transparency in the provision of wills and estate planning services. Specific experience of individual team members can be seen in the Wills & Probate team profiles.
Frequently Asked Wills Questions
There are probably lots of questions you have about making your Will, but here are some of the main ones we get asked:
How much does it cost to make a Will?
Full information about our fees can be found here.
Do I have to provide my own witnesses when making my Will?
No, we can do this for you.
Will you visit me at home if I can’t get to your office?
Yes, if it’s easier for us to meet you at home or somewhere more convenient – at hospital for example - we can arrange it.
Who stores my Will?
We offer a secure Will holding service free of charge.
How often should I renew my Will?
You should review you Will whenever your circumstances change. For example, this may be after a divorce or in the event of the death of a beneficiary. Look at it this way; if you died yesterday, does your will reflect your intentions?
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