Writing a Will is a fundamental requirement and something everyone needs to consider at some stage in their life, ensuring that your property and possessions will be distributed as you wish when you pass away.
We’ve partnered with DAS Law to provide you with access to a professional and affordable Will-writing service, giving you the peace of mind of knowing that your loved ones will be taken care of.
As soon as you realise you have something or someone in your life that is significant, writing a Will should be at the front of your mind.
Writing a Will is the sort of task many people prefer to put off – after all, your own mortality is rarely an enjoyable thing to contemplate. However, it is a task that you should consider carrying out, as it can spare loved ones a great deal of stress and difficulty after you are gone. It will also ensure that your loved ones benefit in the way that you wish.
If you die without a Will, then you are said to have died intestate. This means that all of your assets and funds will automatically be passed on according to the rules of intestacy, meaning your spouse or civil partner will automatically benefit first, followed by your children, your parents, and certain other surviving family members.
Anyone who would not benefit under the rules of intestacy will be unable to receive any part of your estate if you did not have a valid Will. Despite this, more than two-thirds of people in the UK do not have a legitimate Will.
When creating a Will, you can specify who should benefit from your estate, such as family members, close friends, or even charitable organisations. With the guidance of a skilled Will writer, you can also set up your Will to reduce the amount of inheritance tax that will be payable on your estate.
DAS Law's expert Will Writing service can help you put together a Will appropriate to your needs at an affordable price. Their professional Wills advisors will talk you through the process and ensure you get the Will that's right for you. Take a look at the options below.
Will Writing – Individuals
DAS Law has an expert team of Will Writers who can provide you with all the help you need to put together your Last Will and Testament.
With DAS Law, you will receive expert guidance throughout the creation of your Will, with a consultation over the phone at the beginning, and advice during every step of the process. DAS Law will draft your Will for you, and will even provide you with free lifetime storage to make sure you never need to worry about your Will being lost or damaged.
They can also help if you wish to include trusts in your Will. Everything can be done without you needing to visit their offices, with a consultation on the phone, and secure payment by debit or credit card, and drafting and revisions of the Will done through email or post.
By creating a Will with DAS Law, you will also gain access to a number of their other services, including inheritance tax advice, and guidance relating to severance of joint tenancy.
Will Writing – Couples
If you and your partner are married or in a civil partnership, and want to reflect each other’s Wills, you’ll need the Mirror Will Writing service.
Mirror Wills are designed for couples who have identical or very similar wishes. Because the wording of the two Wills is unlikely to differ much, Mirror Wills are generally a far better option than buying a Single Will for each partner separately. Mirror Wills can be purchased by couples whether they are married, in a civil partnership or even unmarried.
DAS Law will create your Mirror Wills with a consultation over the phone at the beginning, and will be there to offer advice throughout every step of the process.
They can also help if you wish to include trusts in your Mirror Wills. Everything can be done at your convenience, with a consultation over the phone, secure payment by debit or credit card, and drafting and revisions of the Will sent via email or post.
The DAS Law Mirror Will Writing service also includes access to a number of their other services, including inheritance tax advice and guidance relating to severance of joint tenancy.