Wills and Probate
If you want to be certain that your wishes will be followed when you die, then you must make a Will.
This is the only way to be certain that your savings and possessions will go to the people you care about. If you wish, you can ensure that assets are kept within the family and are passed down the generations. It can also be a way to let people know whether you prefer to be buried or cremated and the type of funeral service you would like.
Disputes over Wills can cause arguments amongst family members and may even need a solicitor to resolve them. Close relatives and dependents may still be able to make a claim on your estate, but we can advise you on how likely this is and the best way to prevent it.
We have many years of experience of making Wills, and our team of experts can assist you through the process. Making a Will is one of the most important things you will ever do, and we can be there to assist and advise you throughout the process.