Will writing

Worthing, West Sussex

Will writing

Making a Will means that when you die your estate is dealt with according to your wishes and, with professional planning, a Will can also make sure that your estate is arranged in the most tax-efficient way. The process of writing your Will doesn’t need to be stressful or time consuming; simply contact us to arrange an initial consultation to meet with one of our experienced lawyers who will be able to provide you with clear advice on all matters relating to Wills including:-

  • The appointment of guardians for your children
  • Making provision for the care of any beloved pets you may leave behind
  • Appointing the people responsible for dealing with your estate (known as your Executors or Personal Representatives)
  • Making appropriate provision for your chosen beneficiaries
  • Your funeral wishes
  • Making special provision for any vulnerable beneficiaries, such as those with disabilities
  • Advising on your inheritance tax liability
  • Protecting the equity in your home from care home fees later in life

Making a Will puts you in control of your hard-earned assets after you’ve gone. So don’t put it off any longer – contact us today to arrange your consultation.

Will review

If you already have a Will in place it is important that you review it regularly, we would suggest each time you have a major life change or at least every 5 years, to ensure that it still accurately reflects your wishes. If you would like to make any changes to your current Will, or receive specialist advice on the contents of your current Will, our legal advisors would be happy to help.

Please call us on
01903 700303
for any legal advice about will writing, will amendments or probate.