One of the most important things you can do to protect your loved ones is to make a Will. Here at Gordons Partnership, we have many years of experience in preparing well-structured and tax efficient Wills for clients, to ensure that their hard-earned wealth passes to their loved ones in the most tax efficient manner as possible.
If you do not make a will, your assets will be distributed according to a rigid set of intestacy rules, which could mean that your assets don’t go to who you want to benefit. We are seeing increasingly complex family structures, for example, second marriages with children from first marriages, which mean that it is even more important that your Will is carefully drafted to ensure that you protect the individuals that you want or need to protect. Please see our “Why Make a Will” article to read about why it is so important to make a Will. So please don’t delay, contact us today.
If you already have a Will, it is important to review it after any major changes in your personal circumstances. Getting married, separated or divorced can all impact on the status of your Will and on your current requirements, as can having a child or moving house. Failure to keep your Will up to date can lead to unwanted and costly disputes.
We draft wills at competitive rates and this can be on a fixed fee basis. We can prepare anything from a simple will to something far more complex. We meet with all our clients to discuss their individual circumstances and needs, and offer bespoke Inheritance Tax advice, to ensure that we are able to prepare their Will according to their wishes and in the most tax efficient way.
Contact our dedicated team of Wills Solicitors today on 01483 451 900 or make an online enquiry here.
For our elderly and vulnerable clients, we can offer home visits in order to ensure that you have full access to our Will preparation services.
In addition, we can assist in making a Will for someone who cannot look after their own financial affairs due to mental incapacity, by applying to the Court of Protection for a Statutory Will to be made on behalf of the incapacitated individual.