Making a Will & Protecting Your Loved Ones...
Making a Will? Statistics indicate that around 70% of Britons do not have a Will. This is bad news for their families and good news for the Treasury.
Do you have yours? Decide for yourself, before someone else does, call our making a Will Service today and we can arrange to make a Will in the comfort of your own home with one of our UK Will writers and in just one hour you can have peace of mind.
Make a Will from Get a Will Today
The professional make a Will for people in England and Wales. Get a Will Today offers a range of services designed to suit your present circumstances, and flexible enough to give you peace of mind for the future. Our Will writers have over 25 years collective experience as experts in the field of making a Will. So whether you are married or unmarried, have children or not, you can be sure that Get a Will Today can take care of all your Will and probate needs.
According to Government estimates, two thirds of the population either do not have a Will, or are unaware that their existing Will is invalid. If you are considering making a Will, or if you are starting to look to the future, then why not talk in confidence to one of our certified consultants. Our friendly consultants are located throughout the UK and are on hand to professionally guide you through the process of securing the future for you and your loved ones. We offer no obligation home or workplace visits usually last no more than an hour, and at a time that suits you.
For the full range of products under our Will writing service and general Estate Planning, check out our Services page. You will also get a few questions answered in our FAQ section. For further information, please complete the online form which will be sent to your Regional Consultant.
Reasons for Making a Will Today
For married couples, if you do not have a Will, then the Government will decide what happens to your estate when you die. All of your estate will not necessarily pass to your spouse. The Government have strict guidelines when deciding who will benefit from your estate, which can include children, grandchildren, surviving parents, brothers and sisters depending on your circumstances. Broadly speaking, same sex partners in Civil Partnership have the same rights as a married couple.
For un-married couples, if you are not officially married, you may be treated as a single person and your surviving partner may get nothing at all. Making a Will in these circumstances can avoid any argument and dispute at a time when your family should be coping with the loss of a loved one.
For parents, you will need to consider who you want to look after your children in the event of your death. This is very important in the case of one-parent families or unmarried parents living together, especially if your child was born before 1st December 2003, (see Parental Responsibility). A valid Will nominating a guardian is invaluable in such cases. If you do not appoint a guardian a court may decide on your children's future if you are not around.
For single people; you may have friends, family members or a favourite charity who you would like to benefit after your death, especially if you do not have any living relatives. Making a Will from Get a Will Today, ensures your estate goes where you want it to.