Wills law FAQs


Probably the most common area of law within wills and probate is that of wills themselves. Simply put, everyone should make one. If you don't, you are opening up your loved ones and other potential beneficiaries to a minefield of conflict.

Even if you have no family, you should still officially record where you want any assets to go - charities, trusts, friends or political parties, for example - as we're sure you wouldn't want them simply going to the state.

It's a really quick and easy business to speak to a solicitor and record your will. Often it will be done for a fixed fee, and take up very little time. Solicitors can often store your will for you as well, to ensure its safety. There might, however, be complications, so if you have any questions take a look at our FAQs here.

If you know you simply want to speak to a solicitor to make a will, call us on 08001 221 2299 or fill in a form and we'll find you a solicitor in your area who will do the job quickly and efficiently.