Will Writing

Protecting your assets and loved ones

Most of us avoid thinking about our own death. As difficult as it is, making a Will is one of the most important things you can do to protect your family and assets after you have passed. Most people assume that their estate will automatically go to family and loved ones when they die, but unfortunately, this is not always the case.

What is a Will?

Drafting and writing a Will ensures that all your wishes regarding your possessions, money and property are fulfilled after you die with the guarantee your loved ones will be protected. A peace of mind that your affairs are all in order. In the event of your death, without a valid Will can leave you ‘intestate’, leaving all the decisions to a stringent set of rules on how to divide your estate, which may be against your own wishes and unexpected higher inheritance tax rates.

How we can help in all aspects of your Will

We advise people on all aspects of Will writing. No matter how simple or complex your situation may be, our specialist Will writing team are at hand to meet all your specific and personal needs.  If a specialist Will is required when your financial affairs involve overseas businesses/properties or you need tax planning advice, Keelys can guide you through the best course of action in these instances.

Trust in our team

Our qualified and established Will writing solicitors will work with you to create a Will that individually expresses your exact choices on how your money, assets and estate will be divided and distributed after your death. All our solicitors are legally qualified and are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. This gives you more protection than any other Will writing services.

Our Will Writing Services

Keelys Solicitors can provide a full range of services associated with planning, preparing, and managing an individual’s estate. Contact us to begin drafting your Will, with the guarantee of receiving the most leading legal advice.

How much does a Will cost?

You will find certain information on our charges which may assist you in making an informed choice of your probate solicitor here.  This information is general; please call or e-mail for more detailed advice on our competitive costs.

Will Writing, Trusts and Probate Team

For further details of our services, please call either Catherine Elliott on 01543 420016 or Helen Phillips on 01543 420022. Alternatively, you can email on: willsandprobate@keelys.co.uk

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