When we are young and healthy, making a will is the last thing on our minds. However, a well-drafted will is a very important legal document which allows you to do many things, including providing for your loved ones in the event that something happens to you. A will ensures that your wishes are carried out in relation to the distribution of your estate.
Without a will you are considered “intestate” and your estate will be distributed according to the law and the rules of intestacy, which may not accord with your wishes and may cause your loved ones distress at a difficult time.
It is never too late to make a will. Anyone can make a will, provided they are over 18 years of age and mentally capable of understanding what they are doing and the consequences of their actions. A will is the best way to ensure that after your death, your money, property and possessions are distributed according to your wishes.
How can our solicitors help?
At Darton Law, we can draft your will and also, when the time comes, undertake the work involved in gathering all the assets, obtaining a Grant of Probate and distributing your estate as per your wishes. Alternatively, if you have been appointed as the Executor(s) of a will, we can assist you with all aspects of probate.
If a family member has passed away without making a will, we will be able to assist you with gathering their assets and distributing them according to the law and the rules of intestacy.
At Darton Law, we provide an excellent service that will give you peace of mind for the future.
The services we offer include:
- Drafting a new Will
- Drafting Mirror Wills
- Amendment of an existing Will or Mirror Wills
- Dealing with all aspects of probate, gathering assets and distribution of the estate in accordance with the will
- Advising on the effect of intestacy, gathering and distributing assets in accordance with the law
We are able to offer either a fixed fee service or reasonable and competitive hourly rates, depending upon your requirements:
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