A will is one of the most important documents that you will create in your lifetime
Without a will when you die, your estate will be divided in accordance with the rules of intestacy.
The intestacy rules do not suit everyone and it may be that your loved ones will miss out on receiving inheritance under these rules or your estate may pass to family members who you would not wish to inherit anything without a legally drafted Will in place.
At Boyletts Law we understand that making a Will is not something that any of us want to think about. A Will can be confusing, upsetting and often filled with language which is unfamiliar and intimidating. You may not be sure that you even need a Will but it is something everyone should have in place so that you can have peace of mind in knowing what will happen to your property, money and everything you value in the event of your death. Please visit our Start Your Will Now page for more information about the different ways in which you can begin this process with us.
When making a will, it is important that you have a qualified Lawyer or Solicitor who specialises in Wills and Estate Planning by your side to make the process as easy and smooth as possible. At Boyletts Law we are qualified lawyers and Wills specialists with extensive experience in advising on all matters surrounding Wills and succession planning. We will work with you and listen to your objectives and answer all concerns and questions you may have.
Unlike a will writing company our Wills Specialists will provide you with bespoke advice, tailored to your personal circumstances and make suggestions which we feel will benefit you to produce a legally binding and secure Will, reflecting your wishes and provide for your beneficiaries.
When considering your Will it is important to be aware that your it can deal with a whole number of matters relating to your estate as follows:
- Appoint executors – this is somebody you nominate to carry out the wishes in your will
- Funeral wishes
- Appointment of guardians for your children if they are under the age of 18
- Protection for your pets
- Protecting your property
- Creation of trusts – asset protection
- Distribution of personal effects such as jewellery, photographs, a car, your record collection etc.
- Gifts to charities
- Specific gifts of money to family or friends
- What happens to your digital assets – Facebook, YouTube, Bitcoin, iTunes library etc.
- Provision for spouse or civil partner
You can find more information on our Wills FAQs page.
- Free initial advice
- A fixed fee with no hidden costs
- Award winning lawyer
- Free home visits
- Authorised and regulated by CILEx Regulation
- Friendly advice without the unnecessary jargon
We are qualified and regulated Lawyers specialising in Wills and Inheritance Tax Planning and our extensive experience means we are best placed to advise you on inheritance tax and the best way to ensure your wishes are met in your Will. Our founder and Director Kim Boylett is an award winning Lawyer, having received the Highly Commended Private Client Lawyer of the Year Award at the CILEx National Law Awards in 2019.
We believe in making the process as simple for you as possible and this is reflected in our charging structure below.
Make an enquiry
For any enquiries or to arrange an appointment
please contact us today on 01279 295047
Our fees for a simple will are £150 +VAT (total £180)
Our fees are inclusive of all meetings, telephone calls, correspondence, advice and the preparation and completion of your will to include the witnessing of your will upon execution. Should you require a more complex will, then we will confirm the price during our initial no obligation consultation.