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Either call us on 0121 285 3282 and we can discuss on the phone or come and see you face to face for a no obligation chat about your last will and testament UK. Or, you can fill in the contact form here and we’ll call you right back. Just remember that this is a necessary step, but something we’ll make as smooth and painless as possible. Thank you for visiting and rest assured we have your best interests at heart.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will Writing Service UK Cost?
UK will writing service charges can differ greatly by solicitor or other will writing expert in the UK. It also depends on the size of the estate, probate, lasting power of attorney and whether there is a trust in place.
We also need to consider the beneficiaries in the inheritance.
How Long Does It Take For Probate To Be Granted in UK?
Unfortunately, this is as hard as how long is a piece of string. We try and get probate granted in the UK within 3 months. This is a lot faster than the national average of 9 months for inheritances to be paid out.
Just be mindful that depending on a lot of unforeseen difficulties it can take longer than 9 months.
How Much Do Solicitors in UK Charge For Probate?
Some solicitors will charge upto 5% of the estate being granted,
We charge 1 to 2%. We’re not only one of the fastest, but cheapest too.
Can You Write Your Own Will UK?
This is a tough one, the answer is simple. Yes you can create your own last will and testament. However, it is a complicated thing and therefore we must advise that you seek advice. Going a step further we truly believe that this advise or last will and testament be produced and written by a UK solicitor or our online will writing service. That way, as long as they are an expert and specialist in will writing and England and the UK you know that your wishes will be realised.
When no advise is taken from a solicitor you could end up putting things in a will that make it so it “IS NOT LEGALLY BINDING”.
Will Writing Solicitors – How Much Does a Will Cost?
Answer: Simple wills can be £250. The more complicated, involvement and advise that a solicitor or will writing professional has to give the more the will will cost.
Also, the size of the estate, the number of beneficiaries being included and more importantly, excluded, can also see the price of writing a will increase substantially.
We offer a free consultation so please feel free to give us a call.
Do I Need a Solicitor to Make a Will UK?
Short answer, as mention before, NO!
However, to do your due diligence and make sure that everything in your last will and testament is legally binding we’d recommend you use a will writing specialist UK based solicitor.
For as little as £250 you can appoint a legal firm in the UK to write a will for you.
Can a Power of Attorney be challenged?
Yes a power of attorney can be challenged but this is a judicial process and legal advice should be sought.
Can a solicitor be a Power of Attorney ?
Yes a solicitor can be a power of attorney and is sometimes a helpful choice depending upon family circumstances.
What is the difference between a Power of Attorney and a Lasting Power of Attorney?
A Lasting Power of Attorney is registered with the court of protection and gives a court appointed authority to the attorneys you choose.
We have a fantastic offer where you can complete your power of attorney online
What is the fee for a LPA?
The fee for an LPA can vary greatly, for a competitive quote please call us on.
What is a trust in Estate Planning?
There are a variety of different trusts that be used in estate planning depending on the individuals requirements and circumstances, once we have had the opportunity to discuss your situation the necessary advice can be provided.
How much does estate planning cost?
Our standard wills start at £120.00, but depending in what situation requires the costs can vary, our fixed fee system allows you to know exactly all our charges in advance.
What should be included in estate planning?
So many factors need to be taken into account with estate planning, initially we would recommend having our free information pack which all you have to do is call us on 0121 285 3282 and it will be sent out to you.
How do I avoid Inheritance tax on my property?
You cannot necessarily avoid inheritance tax but with careful and expert planning it can be minimised, please call us on 0121 285 3282 to discuss your inheritance tax queries .
How much does a property protection trust cost?
Our property protection trusts start from only £495.00.
Do you need a solicitor to set up a trust?
Yes the documentation required to complete a trust require appropriate deeds to be drafted by a UK trust solicitor.
What are the advantages of putting your house in a trust?
There are many advantages of putting your house in a trust call us on 01212853282 and we will arrange for the relevant information to be sent out to you.
What does putting money in a trust mean?
By placing money into a Trust you are passing direct control of the money from yourself to the Trustees, the Trustees can be whomever you choose, they will then control the money for the benefit of the beneficiaries of the Trust that you have chosen. A letter of wishes is drawn up for the Trustees to use as guidance of how you wish for the money to be dealt with, whilst inside the Trust.