November 4, 2018 |

There is no reason why a DIY Will should not be valid; however, the onus is on you to get it right.


Ultimately, preparing a Will without professional advice can lead to problems later down the line. If your Will is ambiguous, incorrectly signed, fails to deal with your entire estate or attempts to do something not permitted by the law, these failings will only be discovered on your death causing problems for your family and those left to deal with your estate.


Similarly, whilst you might believe that a simple Will is all you need, speaking with a professional can tease out issues that you simply have not considered.


If you don’t want the hassle of meeting with a solicitor face to face, we can help you prepare a Will remotely and out of office hours. This way you still receive the benefit of a professionally drafted Will, but at your convenience.

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