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Traditional Will

Traditional Wills are a straightforward, cost-effective way forward

Our Traditional Wills are modern, efficient documents which enable you to deal with your estate in a straightforward way, so that your assets are directly inherited by the people of your choice.

This works very well if you have a modest estate and straightforward wishes, and don’t feel the need to take the protective measures that are central to the Family Trust Will.

With a Traditional Will, you can: -

Appoint the right people to administer your affairs after you have passed away – your Executors;

Appoint the right people to bring up your children if they are orphaned before they reach adulthood – your Testamentary Guardians.

Pass your assets into the direct ownership of your chosen heirs – making Absolute Legacies.

However, this probably won’t be the right kind of Will for you if are concerned about: -

Care home fees in later life;

The risk of your estate being diverted to your children’s stepparent if you die first and your other half remarries;

Divorce-proofing or debt-proofing your child’s inheritance;

Providing equitably for your blended family.

If you have concern about any of these issues, a Family Trust is likely to be the right solution.

The cost of a Traditional Will is £275.00 if you are single and £395.00 (less than £200.00 each) if you are a couple.

Traditional Wills are included with our Budget and Budget Plus Estate Plans.

"I decided to get advice about making my will because I was about to travel abroad with my children for the first time in many years. My financial advisor recommended Will Written. I appreciated being able to have a consultation at home, so that I could discuss my situation in confidence. I was able to ask wide-ranging questions and Gina’s knowledge and expertise were reassuring. An estate plan was created for me that exactly suited my needs, resources, family and dependents. I have the peace of mind of having made a will that ensures my assets are safely passed to my children at the end of my life. I also have added protection if I become ill or disabled, because I have made a Lasting Power of Attorney appointing my best friend to manage my affairs if I lose the ability to manage them for myself. "

Christine J

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