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. There are many different options when it comes to writing a Will and here at Sheltons our solicitors are experts in the field and committed to listening to you and your requests.
Many people neglect 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. It is vital that your Will is regularly updated to avoid any disappointment or confusion later on. Sheltons offer a free Will review so that you can check whether your Will is up to date and whether any changes need to be made.
Our Wills and Probate team are committed to working with you to get the Will you want. Your solicitor or advisor will ensure that everything is explained to you in a clear and concise manner and that your wishes are met. Based in branches across the country we are available to come to you so you don’t have to make the journey to us. We also offer Lasting Powers of Attorney to ensure your assets are looked after should the worst happen.
If you don’t have a Will or there are changes that need to be made we offer fixed-fee rates so that you know how much your Will is going to cost.
To read more about our Wills service follow the links in the menu or call us today for your free review, general information or advice.
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