Why Make a Will?

Common sense tells us that we need a Will, but why is it so important?

Key Benefits of Wills


Allows YOU to choose and appoint the guardians for your children.



Allows YOU to choose the most suitable executors and trustees to look after your affairs.



Ensures YOUR dependents and loved ones are provided for on your passing.

Funeral Wishes

You can inform your executors of your funeral wishes or indeed of any funeral plans you may have in place.


Allows YOU to pass on particular gifts or make special provisions for loved ones, family and/or charities.

Secure Storage

Optional Secure Legal Storage Services are available should you wish.

Each year tens of thousands of homes* have to be sold to pay for Long-Term Care; many families are disinherited. A correctly written Will can safeguard their share in the property.

* 1,163,200 elderly people have been forced to sell their house or flat over the past five years to pay care bills, according to the report by investment group NFU Mutual. (Express Sept 2013)