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Our business is based on providing professional guidance and solutions, which means we receive many questions from clients. Check out a few of our most common inquiries below. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, let us know and we’ll find it for you. Every question is important to us, so don’t hesitate in reaching out.
Can I write my own will?
Yes! it is possible to write your own will. The benefit of doing your own will is that your will is tailored to the information you provide.
What happens if I don't have a legal will in place?
Dying without a legal will in place, your property must be shared out according to certain rules. ... For example, a person who dies without leaving a will is called an intestate person. Only married or civil partners and some other close relatives can inherit under the rules of intestacy. This can be very time consuming so therefore it is recommended to write a will to leave your property etc to someone you would like and trust.
Can I change my will?
As long as you have testamentary capacity you are free to change or revoke your will as you please. We recommend that you review your will every 3-5 years or on certain life events such as marriage, divorce, birth of children, death of any beneficiary, or if your financial situation changes.
What are 'Mirror' Wills?
Mirror wills are two separate wills usually made by a couple. These wills are reciprocal and usually appoint the same executors and make the same gifts – they ‘mirror’ each other. If you and your spouse make wills leaving everything to each other and then on to your children these would be simple mirror wills.