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  • Protect your home from being sold to pay care home fees
  • Leave more for your loved ones and less to the taxman
  • Provide for a disabled relative without jeopardising their benefits
  • Avoid Social Services taking your children into care

A well written Will ensures that your loved ones are properly provided for and protected and that your estate will be distributed as you would wish.

Everyone should have a Will

Even if you don’t think you have anything worth leaving, you’d be surprised at how much you may be worth, especially when dead! With a Will you can specify who gets what and save family squabbles over treasured possessions.

If you have children under 18, you really must have a Will to appoint guardians. If you don’t and the worst happens, then your children will be taken into care by Social Services until a Court decides who is to be their guardians.

A Will for everyone

Everyone needs a Will but everyone’s circumstances are different. Whatever your requirements, there is a Will for you:

  • Single Will
    Despite its name, a Single Will is not just for people who are single. A Single Will is for any individual who wants to make a Will dealing with their own circumstances and wishes. If you are married, in a civil partnership, or in a relationship, you may want to make a Single Will if your wishes are not the same as your partner’s.
  • Mirror Wills
    Mirror Wills are for two people, usually couples, with identical wishes for the distribution of their estates. For example, both leaving everything to each other on first death and then to the children on second death. Each person has their own individual Will. You can still personalise your Will. You can make gifts of cash or personal possessions and you can specify funeral wishes. It is important to note that either person can change their Will at any time without the other person knowing.
  • Trust Wills
    For more complex circumstances: when you have children from a previous relationship; when you want to provide for a disabled person; when you want to protect your home from being sold to pay care home fees; and for other situations where you want greater control over how your estate is distributed.

My name is Tony Whitehorn. I am a Professional Will Writer and a fully qualified Member of The Society of Will Writers. This means that your Will is written to the highest professional standard and backed by £2 million of professional indemnity insurance.

I offer a free initial consultation and can take your instruction by phone, email or post. I also offer a free home visit service within my local area in Surrey. However simple or complex your requirements, I can explain the best options available to you, answer your questions, and give you a fixed price quotation for drafting your Will.

Peace of mind is just a phone call away.

Contact me today for a FREE consultation

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