What to include in your Will
Different people need to cover different areas in their Will depending on their situation. If you are elderly or a parent you would consider Powers of Attorney more than someone who is young, unmarried and has no dependents.
If you are unsure about the different topics you need to cover in your Will, Jeffrey Mills Solicitors can help and advise you to make sure that your loved ones are fully protected.
Please click on the characters below to find out what areas they would need to cover.
If you have no living dependents but you have assets (savings, a property etc.) you should still consider having a valid Will in place to state who your estate will pass down to. To do this you need to appoint executors to carry out your wishes in the event of your death.
If you pass away without a Will you are said to have died intestate, this means the estate will be subject to the intestacy rules (who your estate is passed to), in which there is the potential of unwanted family members inheriting your estate.
Jeffrey Mills Solicitors listen to their clients’ needs and offer specific advice to assist and guide them. Importantly, where possible, Jeffrey Mills Solicitors offer fixed fee quotes to ensure that there are no hidden costs, and explain our terms clearly from the outset.
We understand that advice can often be sought at a difficult time, therefore we always approach each client with compassion and sensitivity, which is backed by being members of Resolution. Contact us today for assistance on Wills.