The Probate and Wills Team at Mackrell Marsh & Co have extensive experience and knowledge across a range of private client matters. The issues which they resolve and advise on can be sensitive and distressing for clients, so our solicitors apply their professionalism and empathy at all times.
Our approachable team will provide expert advice giving you peace of mind
Why Do I Need to Make a Will?
Making a Will allows you to make financial provision for your partner and your family. If you do not make a Will, the law will decide who receives your assets in accordable with the intestacy rules. These unfortunately may not coincide with your own wishes.
If you die without leaving a Will, it means that your family or friends will have to deal with complicated matters when handling your estate.
It may, for example, mean that your spouse will have to share your estate with other members of the family.
If you would like to leave certain items or sums of money to family, friends or charities, you will be able to state this in your Will. Our Will writing solicitors will be able to offer advice about making a will and what you should include.
Don’t leave it to your family and friends
Appoint us executors of your estate and we can deal with any complications that arise at a time when your family and friends will have other things on their mind