Making Your Will Quick And Simple

Making your Will Quick and Simple

The UK Will Writers Directory offers a hassle-free will writing service from Solicitors and Professional Will Writers local to you that help you make your Will quickly and easily, whether at home, work or office from an expert will-writing professional. There are no forms to fill in (except the initial contact form). Let the professionals do what they are trained to do. All you need to do is answer a few questions. Your friendly expert Will Writer will do the rest for you.

As well as going into an establishment’s office most companies now provide home visits at a time convenient for you, in the daytime, on an evening and even at weekends. The process of making a Will is made as simple and easy for you as possible – free from unnecessary legal jargon and complexities. Wills are tailor-made for your specific circumstances, and individually drafted by professional legal executives.

Your Will expresses how you want your estate to be divided among your loved ones after you pass on, and you want to give as much as you can to them, and as little as possible to the taxman. Professional will writers can advise you on ways to reduce the burden of inheritance tax so your loved ones get more of your estate. You don’t need to take any time off work. Professional Will Writers make it all simple, straightforward, and completely stress-free. Your friendly locally-based Will Writer will ask you all the details you need to have your Will drafted. This usually takes no longer than 45 to 60 minutes, in the comfort of your own home.

A Will stands as the legal written record of your wishes after your death. It is a legally binding document explaining how you would like to distribute your Estate. It gives you complete peace of mind knowing that your loved ones are taken care of.

Important Warnings

You NEED a will in this day and age:

DO NOT think everyone in your family will want to share your estate fairly if you don’t write a will. Arguments over the estate of a deceased family member are surprisingly common

and split families when greed overcomes love.

DO NOT leave your Estate without a will if you want to avoid a potentially massive inheritance tax bill and ever-increasing legal fees.

DO NOT die without a will if you have step-children or a common-law partner. If you have step-family or a common-law partner, they will not receive anything from your estate if

you do not write a will including them – even if you’ve all been together for more than 50 years.

Complete the contact form and get in touch with your local Solicitor or Will Writer.


Your Will is a very important document, with significant effect on your family once you’re not around to take care of them.

Will Writing professionals understand the importance of a well-written legally binding will in your life. They will offer you the very best will writing service in your region to ensure you avoid any family disputes and to make certain that your assets are distributed according to your wishes. Leave nothing to chance.

Your Will is important and must be drawn up by expert will writers, leaving no stone unturned to offer you professional will writing services that let you protect your loved ones, and your assets

Why do you need a Will?

Having a will is increasingly important in these troubled times. Arguing over the estate of a loved one breaks up a number of families every year. To show why you need a will, It is often easier to answer the question by looking at what can happen if you die without making a will.

  • Your partner may not be able to inherit your property and possessions
  •  If you are unmarried, your partner will not receive anything as the law treats you
  • both as unmarried
  •  If you have children, particularly stepchildren, guardianship of the children
  • would become unclear. A Court will decide their future, and who looks after them
  •  If you have intended a gift for your friend or grandchild it won’t reach them

Making a Will ensures that the right things go to the right people. It avoids family squabbles and minimises inheritance tax on your estate. This helps your spouse and children inherit the maximum amount possible in the shortest amount of time without any joint accounts being frozen or house sales being forced.

In certain circumstances our Will Writers can advise you regarding mitigation of care home fees for the elderly