Wills

A Will provides certainty on how your assets and liabilities will be dealt with after your death.

A Will provides certainty on how your assets and liabilities will be dealt with after your death.

The realities of modern life mean that Wills are very rarely simple and straightforward. Blended families and second relationships create complexities. And where children are involved, there are guardianship issues at play. Also, a Will is for the future, so age and health are factors to consider too.

Talk to us about creating a Will that meets your specific requirements. We can guide you through the legalities to ensure that your assets go to the right people and that your family are not left with a legal headache.

Everyone over the age of 18 should have a Will and Power of Attorney. A person who lacks mental capacity can still make a will – Graeme Elvin is a specialist in this area.