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The process of putting a Will in place

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We understand making a Will can feel daunting. But Rosie Wright explains how we can help to make it an easy, straightforward experience in three simple steps…

Step 1 – Discussing your wishes

We’ll invite you to one of our offices in Northampton or Milton Keynes, to meet one of our solicitors. At the meeting, you can discuss your wishes, ticking off all aspects of your Will - from who you want to feature in it, to how you want them to benefit. You can also ask us about any queries you may have. Plus, we can give you advice about inheritance tax planning and the role of Executors in your Will.

Step 2 – Drafting your Will

Once you know exactly what it is you want to achieve, we’ll draft your Will and send a copy for you to check and make sure it reflects all your wishes.

Step 3 – Arranging your Will signing

We’ll invite you back to sign your Will. We can organise witnesses for you, and will make sure all the required formalities are followed to make your Will valid. Plus, we’ll safely store your Will for you, free of charge.

The whole process will make sure you have a valid Will in place, that accurately reflects your wishes, without any of the worry.

If you’d like more information about Lasting Powers of Attorney or would like to arrange an appointment to see one of our Solicitors, please contact us on 01604 828282 or send us a message via our online service.

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