Making a will
Making a will is a personal process. Rather than leaving it to legal rules to govern where your assets go, which they will do if you do not have a will, we ensure your will reflects your true wishes.
Building a relationship is therefore paramount. We get to know you, understand your individual circumstances, and explain all your options clearly. This is particularly important if you’re not sure how and when you want your family to benefit.
When writing a will we make sure that those nearest to you are looked after in the best possible way – by considering all eventualities and helping you choose your executors and trustees.
We advise you how best to structure your assets, and if your circumstances are complicated – for example, you might own property both in the UK and abroad – we negotiate any hurdles and propose the most practical, tax-efficient path.
As we have expertise in tax laws and trusts, we identify opportunities to save tax and preserve your wealth for future generations. We are also very experienced at cross-border tax and succession planning.
As one of the first firms in the UK to be accredited as specialists in wills and probate under The Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme, we have built up a national reputation. When it comes to making a will, you could not be in safer hands.