All of us want the best for our loved ones. A Will gives you peace of mind that, when the time comes, your personal wishes are carried out and your family is provided for.

We provide advice on all aspects of making a Will, including:

Legal rights, charitable legacies, and potential Inheritance Tax implications.

Help with Living Wills (provides guidance for your doctors and family members in relation to end of life care).

Our friendly, approachable team can also arrange home, hospital or hospice visits on request.

Why should you have a Will?

A Will is legally binding document that expresses your wishes when you die.

Anyone with a job, a house, a family should consider drafting a Will.

A Will stipulates who shall manage your affairs when you pass away and who should benefit from your estate.

If you do not make a Will, you have no control over who gets what. Without a Will, you cannot leave bequests to friends or charities or give a loved one a greater share than they would be entitled under the law.

In Scotland, couples are increasingly favouring living together (cohabiting) over marriage, leaving them with fewer inheritance rights than a married couple.

In many cases, the absence of a Will can result in a costly and protracted legal process.

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