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Why choose me to draft your wills or powers of attorney?

Estate Planning - why would you talk to me rather than another will writer?

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains why you should talk to her when it comes to Estate Planning including Wills and Power of Attorney.

Will Writing for complex family situations

Don't let a complicated family situation put you off drafting a will

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains that although you might think your family situation is complicated, an experienced will writer will most likely have seen the same situation before. So don't let that put you off writing a will.

How to update your wills in 2020

Getting your wills updated in 2020 if you have adult children

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains what to do if you have adult children and want to change your wills if they were previously made when your children were younger and perhaps had guardians appointed.

How to protect the rights and inheritance of your children

Updating your Will in 2020 if you have children from a previous relationship

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains how to ensure that you protect the rights and inheritance of children from previous relationships, whether you and your partner are married or not.

Why you need a Lasting Power of Attorney for your business

Protect your business in the event that you lose mental capacity

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains why it is important to have a power of attorney for your business if you are a director or partner so that your business can continue to run if you lose mental capacity.

Going on holiday? Get a will drafted before you go!

Don't forget to get your wills in place before you go on holiday

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains that wills are probably the most important documents you will ever need and so really shouldn't be left until after your holiday.

Are you tempting fate?

Busting the myth about whether you are tempting fate by having a will

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains that the superstitious amongst you need not worry that drafting a will means you are going to die.

Do will readings actually take place?

Busting the myth about whether will readings actually take place

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains that will readings don't generally happen, unless the executors decide that one should take place.

Can executors be beneficiaries in your will?

Busting the myth of having beneficiaries as executors in your will

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains that there is nothing stopping a beneficiary from also being an executor in your Will and in fact, it is often the sensible thing to do.

Why Wills are important for young families

A useful guide on the importance of having a Will when you have young children

Reshma Field, of Swindon Will Writing, explains why wills are important for young families, and especially why parents with children under the age of 18 might need to appoint legal guardians.