Looking for a will writing company?
Are you confident of how your estate and assets will be re-redistributed in the event of your passing? If you are operating under the assumption that the law will see to it that those you love most are properly cared for in the event of your passing, then it may be time to think again. Rather than leave anything to chance, why not take matters into your own hands by making a will in Lincolnshire?
Heritage Wills, the leading will writing company in Lincolnshire and right across East Anglia, helps clients ensure that their final wishes are honoured upon their death. Our expert legal team are experts in the drafting of wills and the formation of trusts, including inheritance tax trusts and property trusts. And thanks to our streamlined service model, taking advantage of our professional will service in Grantham, Lincoln or Sleaford simply could not be any more affordable.
Don’t postpone this important issue any longer. Instead, contact the Heritage Wills team today by calling 01603 894500 to find out how we can assist you.
Why Legal Wills in Lincolnshire Are So Important
Having a legal will drafted is one of those responsibilities that is easy to overlook in the short-term, with many people putting it off until it’s too late. Even though we’re aware of the fact that we’re not always going to be here, it’s easy to proceed under the assumption that we can take care of these minor details in the near future. But putting off the drafting of a legal will is a bad idea, which means that there’s no better time than now to make a will with the assistance of our expert will writers.
The UK’s current Administration of Estates Act dates back to 1925, and this is the legal framework that governs the handing over of your assets in the event that a legal will has not been drafted. As you can imagine, the world was a very different place nearly a century ago to what it is today. As a result, without a legal will, your estate could end up being handled very differently than you expected.
Here are some potential problems that could occur if you haven’t taken advantage of our will writing services in Horncastle or elsewhere in Lincolnshire:
- Even if you’ve lived with a partner for 20 years – but haven’t married – that person will not receive any of your assets without a legal will in place.
- If you are married with grown children, your spouse is likely to receive your entire estate, with nothing passed to your children.
- If you have separated from your spouse without filing for divorce, that person will still receive your entire estate without a will directing otherwise.
As you can see, there is plenty that can go wrong without an explicit legal framework in place dictating how your estate should be divided. But you can eliminate all uncertainty by chartering our will writers in Lincolnshire to help you with creating inheritance tax trusts in Lincoln or a probate trust in Gainsborough.
Heritage Will Writers: An Experienced Team of Will Writers in Lincolnshire
At Heritage Wills, we have years of experience assisting clients with their last will and testament. For your assurances, we’re a member of the Professional Institute of Willwriters, which means that you can rely on us to deliver top-quality work according to the strictest industry standards.
To make it easy for clients to avail themselves of our will making services in Boston, Grantham, Gainsborough or wherever you’re based in Lincolnshire, we offer free, no-obligation consultations right in your own home. That means there’s not even any need for you to travel, so even if you don’t drive or feel like catching the bus, you can still have a legal will made.
And with such quick turnarounds, affordable pricing and expert advice provided by a personable legal professional, it’s difficult for anyone in Lincolnshire to justify living without a last will and testament that sets out their wishes for how they want their estate distributed. Get in touch with us today by calling 01603 894500 to learn more about how we can help you secure the future of your dependents and loved ones.