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It's never too early to make a Will, but it's often too late...

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Why make a Will or Trust?

If you die intestate (without having made a Will) the State decides what happens to your wealth. This may well leave your loved ones in a costly, uncertain and stressful position at the worst possible time. This is why you should make a Will.

Planning the ultimate distribution of your estate, protecting your assets by making a Will and, when relevant, setting up a trust are some of the most important things that you will ever do. By preserving your hard earned wealth and putting your affairs in order you will make a significant difference for those people who matter to you most.

Threats to Personal Wealth

Picture of happy family after making a WillThere are many threats to personal wealth and the family home. Complicated or broken family relationships can create the biggest challenge; not facing up to them and dealing now with the ultimate difficulties they could cause will only make the outcome worse. By addressing them now we put ourselves in control of how our wealth is ultimately distributed and give ourselves the peace of mind which comes with knowing that we have done our best for those we care for most.

We should all be aware of the threats to our wealth – ‘we don’t know what we don’t know’ – and too often they catch out those of us who have not planned for the expected knocks of life let alone the unexpected ones which can happen at any age. One example is that of preparing for the possibility of going into long term care. One in two women, one in three men (Source: Andy Burnham, Health Secretary), may require some form of long term care yet thousands of homes are sold each year to pay for it. Why? Because of lack of planning and taking appropriate action now.

We will highlight these threats, clarify your position in relation to them and help you plan ahead to preserve your wealth and the value of your home.

How much will it cost to make a Will?

Our normal low cost price for a standard Will is just £125  and a double costs just £195 (including VAT).

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Westminster Law Partners seek to promote the many benefits of professionally written wills, trusts, and lasting powers of attorney, and encourage the wider use of competent tax and estate planning.

Westminster Law is the trading name of Westminster Law Partners. Westminster Law Partners are an association of legal professionals committed to providing low cost, high quality estate planning services.

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