If you do not make a will, your assets will be distributed according to a rigid set of intestacy rules.

It is important to review your will 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.

We draft wills at competitive rates, and can prepare anything from a simple will to something far more complex.

We also advise on inheritance tax planning, and undertake probate work at a competitive cost.

Please contact Claire Binyon for further details.

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