Will Writing Service
Elementary Mortgage solutions are pleased to offer a fully funded Will writing service to our clients. Our Wills are legally binding, quick and simple to create and should you need it; expert support is available to assist you.
For more information on this or any of our other services, please get in touch with our team.
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What is a Will?
A Will is a document used to tell your family and friends what you want to happen to your property and possessions when you die.
If you do not write a Will, everything you own will be shared out in a process defined by law and your family and friends have no guidance from you.
Who Needs a Will?
Anyone who owns property, business or valuable possessions should have a Will. Writing a Will is the only way to control what happens to your estate when you die.
If you are recently married or have bought a new property, you should create or amend an existing Will. Your relationship status should be considered as; if it changes, you may want a ensure you have a Will.
A Will is an important document for parents to name a legal guardian for their children in the event of the parent’s death.
If your personal financial circumstances improve, perhaps through an inheritance or an increased salary, creating a Will ensures there is a plan for your assets.
What to Include in a Will?
Writing a Will is your opportunity to clearly communicate what you want to happen when you die. In your Will, you can include details for funeral requests and burial.
If you wish to leave money to a charity or would like certain individuals to inherit parts of your estate, then this can all be documented. You can ensure your family home is protected and left to the people that you want to live in it.
If you have specific objects like furniture or jewellery, you can name friends or family for these items to be passed on to.
Within your Will, you can name an executor who will be responsible for making sure your final wishes are carried out. While writing your Will, it is a good idea to check with your nominated executor that they are happy to do this.
The Will Writing Process
For a new will or an amendment, you need to be clear about all the assets you own. You should have a list of the people you want to name in the Will and who the executor is going to be.
A draft of the Will is created for you to check.
When you are sure the details in the Will are correct it is ready to be signed. The law states that two witnesses need to be present when you sign, these can be friends or neighbours but must not be a named beneficiary.
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