Contact Dead Good Wills to arrange a face to face appointment with Jayne via Zoom or your preferred video platform.
Once Jayne has all the relevant information she will draft your will and email or post it to you for approval.
When you are happy with the draft a good copy will be sent to you for signature. You will be guided through the correct execution of your will.
Jayne will check your signed will for validity and you will have the option to retain the original or to make arrangements for its safe storage.
Here are the answers to common questions regarding will writing.
During your appointment, Jayne will ask you questions about your family and personal circumstances and the value of your assets so that she can give you personalised advice. There will be plenty of time for you to talk about your wishes in the event of your death and to ask questions.
If someone dies without having a will it is known as dying intestate. The law dictates how intestate estates are distributed regardless of what your wishes may have been. Having a valid will ensures that your wishes are followed and that your property will be left to the people that you care most about. It also ensures that your nearest and dearest understand your wishes, which can be really important to avoid conflicts between them after your death.
It’s easy to believe that wills are just for the rich but most of us have possessions that mean a lot to us and that we would like to pass on to our preferred family members, friends or even to charity.
Making a will can be important to different people for different reasons:
Did you know that in your will you can also: