Will Writing and Probate Experts Nottinghamshire
When you die, your will, a legal document, outlines your desires for the distribution of all your assets, including money, property, investments, and possessions. Legal professionals refer to these assets as your estate. By creating a will, you can also designate the legal guardian(s) for your children under 18 years old.
After your passing, it is important to specify individuals whom you wish to inherit or live in your property. Additionally, it is advisable to consider protecting your share against potential care costs
Handling the Estate, legal, and financial affairs of someone who has died can present complexity and emotional challenges for those left behind and assigned with the responsibility of executing Probate
Why you should make a will
People put off making a Will for many reasons; sometimes these reasons are because they think they do not need to make one as their next of kin will automatically inherit. The reality is that if you die without making a Will, then your estate will be distributed according to the current Intestacy rules which may not be what you think should happen.
Everyone should make a Will, especially if you own property or have any savings. By making a Will, you can clarify your wishes and prevent misunderstandings or disputes when you are no longer there.
What we offer
Will Writing Services including:
- Mirror Wills
- Estate Planning and Probate services
- Will Writing
- Inheritance Tax Planning
- Court of Protection/Lasting Power of Attorneys
- Probate or Administration of Estates
Independently Regulated and Accredited – Society of Will Writers and CILEx
With 20 years-worth of experience, J M Wills and Legal Services offers a relaxed, warm, easy-to-understand and professional service from the comfort of your own home.
We’re fully-qualified and regulated by the Society of Will Writers. Director Jan Woolley is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, whose members are independently regulated by CILEx Regulation.
Don't just take our word for it
There is lots of jargon associated with making a will and dealing with probate. We aim to make this clearer. You may also have lots of questions. Some answers to our most frequently asked questions can be found by clicking the button below.