Will Writing

Our Online Will Service is the fastest, easiest way to make a legally compliant Will

Making a will enables you decide how your assets will be distributed after death.

You will choose:-

Beneficiaries

Who will receive your assets or money

Guardians

who will look after your children

Executors

Who will sort out your estate and ensure your wishes are carried out

Online Will

  • Make you will today in less than 15 minutes 
  • Affordable – from £19.99 – single 29.99- mirror 
  • Online – DIY with detailed guidance
  • Have your Will checked by a lawyer for £30.00 
  • Free lifetime updates – Pay once, and update for life 
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LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a way you appoint someone you trust to have legal authority to make decisions on your behalf when or if there comes a point in your life that you loose capacity to make the decisions yourself. For example if you suffer from an illness which affects your capacity such as dementia or Alzheimer’s.

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Lasting Power of Attorney

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a way you appoint someone you trust to have legal authority to make decisions on your behalf when or if there comes a point in your life that you loose capacity to make the decisions yourself. For example if you suffer from an illness which affects your capacity such as dementia or Alzheimer’s.

Family Protection Trust

When you place your assets in a trust you still have full use of the assets and can add to them, sell them, replace them, borrow from them or pass them down to your family. However, if a third party or outside body tries to claim them, they cannot get access and cannot force you to give them the key.

Business Lasting Power of Attorney

A business lasting power of attorney (BLPA) is a method by which a business owner can legally authorise a person or persons to make decisions on their behalf if they are unable to do so. Thereby ensuring a business is able to operate and that the business’s interests are protected when they face adverse circumstances.

Civil Litigation

Civil cases often go through the procedure of alternative dispute resolution to try and reach settlement at an early stage of the case to prevent costly court action. Alternative dispute resolution is beneficial to both parties and also prevents unnecessary court cases, some of which can continue for years and can cost all the parties involved a great deal of expense and stress.

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