Wills, Trusts & Probate

Making or Amending a Will Solihull

Guiding you through the difficult process of making a Will with compassion, understanding and expert advice

Making a Will could be one of the most important things you do in life to protect your loved ones, which is why it's important to get the right advice. Our friendly and understanding solicitors have significant expertise in drafting Wills to ensure your wishes are met

A Will is a legal document that lets you specify how you want your estate (your assets and money) to be handled after your death. If you die without making a Will, you are deemed to have died intestate and your estate gets divided up under the Rules of Intestacy which might not be done in a way that you would have chosen.

You can specify various things in your Will, including who you wish to be your Executors, Guardianship for your child(ren) (if they are under the age of 18), funeral arrangements and legacies of either money or personal belongings to family members, friends or charities. You can also make provision for setting up trusts if you want to leave money to anyone under 18.

We recommend reviewing your Will every five years or sooner if there have been changes in your family or financial circumstances. These changes might include moving house, having a child, the death of an executor or beneficiary, getting married and getting divorced.

We can also advise on ways to mitigate any inheritance tax that might be levied on your estate.

We will give you professional and tailored advice on making your Will and then store your Will in our fire-proof safe free of charge.

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Our specialists in Making or Amending a Will

Graham Pearce

Director

Rachel Ison

Solicitor

Lauren Cerri

Trainee Solicitor

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