Don’t let the Courts decide your children’s future…
Let us help you write your Will and you decide your Children’s future!
YES! You read that right… If you don’t decide who looks after your children after both parents die the courts will decide for you.
They don’t know your family and the complex ways it works.
They will make decisions without knowing what you know!
Do you think you don’t need one? No one knows what tomorrow will bring, but we promise that once you have got it done, you will feel relieved and happy that you have done something for your family.
Writing a will isn’t for you, yes it is all about your wishes, but the effect of your passing will only affect those that you care about and are left behind once we die.
We are offering clients like you a 20% discount for the month of April and May. We promise to make it an easy and straight forward process that your wish you had done it sooner.
Prices are £98 for a standard Single Will, for one individual, and £168 for a standard Mirror Will (for a couple)
Why wait? Use the link to book in a free call back today at a time that suits you and let us help you write your Will
MAKING A WILL MEANS
- Your children’s future will be secure. This is so crucial to every parent. If both parents were to die, decisions about who looks after your children would have to be decided by the courts. This may involve family members who are not your choice.
- The person you trust will carry out your final requests. By choosing executors, your affairs will be handled by those people who you know have your, and your loved ones, best interests at heart.
- Your savings and possessions will be protected for generations ahead. Without a Will, the law in Britain dictates who receives your assets. This may not be in line with your wishes and may result in the people you care about not receiving the benefits you wish them to have.
- Your family won’t fall out over your estate. By making decisions now, everyone knows where they stand.
WHATS THE NEXT STEP
- Submit your enquiry and we’ll call you back at a convenient time to answer any questions.
- Our Will Writer will meet you and record what you want in your Will.
- Our Will Writer will discuss all areas with you to enable you to make a decision.
- We will then invoice you for the works completed, applying any discounts.
- Once everything is in place, we will send you the final Will and keep it safe for you.
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“I am a fully qualified Independent Financial Adviser, Mortgage Broker and Will Writer with 17 years’ experience in financial services. Writing a Will is straight forward, it is client’s personal circumstances which often make things complex. I encourage my clients to make some sort of decision rather than leaving it open for someone else to make those decisions on their behalf.”
Evolution Financial Planning Ltd is an Appointed Representative [no. 593368] of New Leaf Distribution
“I had a baby on the way and I wanted to write a will. I felt totally confident in Rebecca’s ability and advice. She saved us money on our mortgage and got us a product suitable for not just now but a few years down the line and where we plan to be.”
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YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
I’m married and just want to leave everything to my spouse. Do I Need a Will?
If you die without making a will, fixed legal rules apply to determine who is entitled to what you leave. Your spouse or civil partner will inherit the first £250,000 of your estate. The rest will be split. Your spouse or civil partner will receive an absolutely interest in 50% and the other 50% will be split equally between the surviving children.
Any other wishes you may have, like leaving money to siblings, charities or specific items to special friends will be overruled.
There is also the question of inheritance tax. If you both die, you could be passing on a big tax bill to someone you love.
What happens to my estate if I don’t make a Will when I’m married with children?
If you have assets of less than £250,000 and die without making a will, then your spouse or civil partner will be entitled to the whole of your estate and children get nothing.
If your estate is worth more than £250,000, your spouse or civil partner is entitled to your ‘personal effects,’ the first £250,000 of your other assets and half of whatever else is left.
Your children are entitled to the other half, equally. If any of your children pre-decease you, then their share is divided equally between their children.
Doesn’t a solicitor have to make a will?
Will Writers including a solicitor are not held within a specific regulatory regime, however at Evolution Financial Planning we are licensed and managed by New leaf Will Writing Federation, fully qualified in estate planning specific qualifications and also consider the financial implications of your will. There is no difference in the legality of the will written and we have the same insurance, public liability cover and technical knowledge.
Do I need to make a Will if my partner & I have been together for years, but we’re not married?
If you and your partner are not married or legally united in a civil partnership, your partner will not be automatically entitled to any of your assets when you die – no matter how long your relationship has been – unless you make a will.
What makes a Will legal?
Your Will must be in writing, you must sign it and there must be at least two other people present to witness your signature. We make sure you have done this correctly as any mistakes can invalidate the will.
We also make sure you date it, specify that any previous wills are cancelled and name your executor
What else should my Will include?
We will talk you through everything at the appointment to make sure you have thought of every eventuality. You should give details of the beneficiaries, including the full names, including any middle names, address of each of them, if possible, and make sure you give clear instructions for specific possessions intended for particular individuals, to ensure that they can be identified. We will also cover off areas you may not have thought of such as what will happen to your pets, what your funeral wishes are and more.
Your Will should be clear on what will happen to a bequest if the beneficiary pre-deceases you. Finally, it is best to leave details of your possessions with your Will.
Where should I store my Will?
You should keep the original somewhere safe and off your premises, we can take care of that for you. We make sure you have a copy to show to your Executors and anyone you want to know your wishes. We don’t charge you anything for life time storage!