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Frequently Asked Questions

Sometimes we have questions that you may feel embarrassed to ask, assuming that you maybe should know the answers but the truth is we all have these, hopefully the below questions will help you with any questions you may have, if not please feel free to contact us and we will help. No question is ever to big or small.

  • Do I need a solicitor?

    No, in order to do a Will you do not need a solicitor, Will Writers can also do this for you, the best thing is to make sure you do your Will with someone who you feel comfortable discussing your needs with. We are members of the Society of will writers ensuring we are always up to date with legislation.

  • Do I need to find my own Executors?

    No, we can assist you with this, professionals can be selected instead of friends or family. We can show you what options you have if you dont feel you know anyone suited for the role.

  • Do I need to be a certain age for a Will?

    In order for a Will to be active the person making the will must be over the age of 18, unless the person is in the forces in which case different rules apply.

  • Do I need to have large amounts of money?

    No, anybody can make a Will no matter how much money you have, Wills are not made just for people with large sums of money or estates. Everybody should have a Will so people know your requests once the time arrives.

  • Can I chose anybody to manage my health/financial requests once I am unable?

    You can choose anybody you wish, however we do suggest that you get a lasting power of attorney and that you choose people who you trust to act within your own wishes.

  • What happens if I don't have a Will?

    If you die without a Will you are deemed to be 'intestate' which means the state decides what happens to your estate, this could result in your wishes not being met and potentially leave certain family members left to deal with the stress.
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