Do you know the difference between seeing a solicitor or a Will Writer to draft your Wills?
As a member of the Institute of Professional Will Writers. I’m in receipt of guidance issued by them on Covid-19 and getting your Wills drafted. So, I felt you’d find it helpful and reassuring if I shared that guidance with you. First though, I’ve set out things to think about and the information I would […]
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If, for longer than you care to remember now, you’ve carried around the unaccomplished goal of getting your Will done or updated – make 2020 the year your resolve to make your Will. Break as many other resolutions as you want. But in this blog I must talk to you about THE one resolution you mustn’t break. So be sure you make your Will in 2020!
In my 16+ years as a practicing solicitor I drafted Wills most every day. That’s a lot of practice at Will writing – so it’s second nature to me. I get that it’s not the same for you though. I get that the prospect of writing a Will is a scary and/or difficult one. But believe me – there’s nothing to fear. For most people and for most circumstances it’s a simple process.