You can make a Will at any point in your lifetime. In fact it’s a good idea to get a Will made as soon as possible and then to review and update it every couple of years so every change in circumstance is accounted for.
Many people forget to update their Will when their circumstances change, for example when they move house, get married or divorced or re-married or change their name
If you have an existing Will our team can offer a free review, to help you understand if changes need to be made.
Many people worry about the cost of making a Will, our expert team of solicitors can make sure your wishes are clearly laid out and executed.
The answer varies depending on how complex your requirements are.
For existing wills please contact the team arrange a free review or contact the team to book an appointment at our Hucknall or Bulwell branches.
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