Protection for your loved ones after you’ve gone.
Everyone should have a Will. Every year the Treasury receives millions of pounds from people who have died without having made a Will. A Will gives the peace of mind knowing that when you die your property and finances will be passed to those whom you wish to benefit.
If you die without a Will - intestate - you would have no say in where your money and property goes. If you are married it does not necessarily mean that your spouse will receive all of your estate. If you are not married but living with somebody your partner might get nothing.
Our team of professional staff at Close Thornton Solicitors will be able to advise and guide you through making or changing a Will. In addition, we offer the following services:
- Safe and secure storage of Wills
- Will review
- Home visits
- Executorship and Trustee Services
Reviewing your Will
You may need to review your Will from time to time. Your circumstances may change or you may wish to change beneficiaries and increase or reduce a gift. You will need to change your Will should any of the following occur:
- Family changes
- A birth in the family
- A death in the family
- A minor becomes an adult
- Divorce or Separation
- Domicile abroad
- Changes in financial or taxation circumstances
- A relative losing mental/physical capacity
Get In Touch