Wills, probate & private client
From defining your wishes to discussing tax options
No one likes to think about their death and what they’d want to happen to their assets. Sadly, dying without a properly drawn will can cause a great deal of wasted time, unnecessary expense and heartache, as well as hassle from disputes that could easily be avoided. And there are the potential inheritance tax implications to consider, too.
Our service takes you through all the relevant things you need to think about as well as drawing up a will that really reflects your wishes. We can help whether you need a single will for a modest estate, or if your affairs are more complex with both personal and business assets to consider.
Many people avoid paying for a will by using other methods, but often this can be a false economy – we’d be happy to explain to you why.
Try our online tool to get you started with preparing your will.
Wills, probate & private client services
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Wollens Partner and Private Practice Practitioner Charlotte McGregor looks at the current process and immeasurable, helpful changes to legislation. As restrictions continue we (lawyers) are yet again required to think creatively about how to provide the best possible...
Partner and private client practitioner Christopher Linton from Wollens has been recognised at the Law Society’s Excellence Awards - the highest accolade for law firms in England and Wales. The event – held virtually for the first time due to the Covid-19 pandemic –...