Reasons to choose Wilson Browne
20% off Wills this February, from one of the leading Wills and Probate solicitors in Northamptonshire and Leicestershire.
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Why make a Will?
Making a Will can provide you with peace of mind, knowing that in the event of your death your wishes will be carried out. Your assets can be administered in the way you would want, setting out important choices such as your funeral arrangements, guardians for minor (young) children, and any gifts you wish to make.
Reducing tax liabilities
When property prices increase, more and more people find that they are worth more than they thought and that their estates will be subject to Inheritance Tax. Making a Will can enable you to plan for matters in a way that reduces the liability for Inheritance Tax.
If you are concerned about your Tax liabilities book a Free Initial Consultation
Reviewing your Will
The beauty of a Will is that you can change it whenever you want to. The chances are that if your Will is more than 5 years old, it may need updating. You may find your family growing, you may find friends have come and gone or your own circumstances have changed.
Free Will health checks
Here at Wilson Browne our Wills and Probate solicitors advise that you review your Will frequently (and certainly at times of change, such as marriage) to ensure wishes are being met, and you have received the best advice in terms of tax planning.
As established Wills and Probate solicitors with experts in our offices in Northampton, Kettering, Corby, Higham Ferrers, Wellingborough and Leicester we can offer fixed price, affordable Wills.
Added benefits (that many charge extra for) such as free Will storage, Free reviews / healthchecks and Free registration on Certainty, the national Wills database.
**Wills from £295. Our Wills start from £295 for a single, standard Will. Examples of what falls outside of the description ‘standard’ include (but are not limited to) having multiple beneficiaries, leaving multiple gifts, advice on trusts, and inheritance tax advice. At the time of the meeting you will be informed if additional charges are likely to be incurred.
Our specialist team can also offer sound advice on the succession and Inheritance Tax implications of passing on the family business and can help you to consider whether or not a Business Will would be best suited to your circumstances.