We know that losing a loved one is one of the hardest things anyone can go through. And, it can be difficult thinking about a time where you lose a loved one. But, it can be helpful to reduce some of the stress of the situation to have a Will drafted.
With a Will in place, you will know exactly what will happen to you or your loved one’s property.
Why else should you make a will? There are several reasons:
- It makes it easier for you family and friends to sort out your affairs when you die
- A Will is important for sharing out what you own in a non-standard way
- A Will is important if you want to leave something to people outside your immediate family
Chris Rudd Solicitors can draft a Will for you for a fixed fee. A basic Will would leave your property to immediate family, with up to 2 bequests. But, anything further than this would be a more complex Will. We can also safely and securely store a Will for you. Get in touch now to find out more.
Obtaining Probate for a Will
Getting a Will approved for probate is a court process by which a Will is proven to be valid or invalid. This is something that should happen whenever someone with a Will has died, in order to ensure that their estate is dealt with in accordance with their wishes.
While it is possible to probate a Will yourself, it may be a better choice to use a specialist solicitor. Some situations where this is especially recommended include:
- Someone has died without a Will
- There are doubts about the Will’s validity or some other dispute
- There are complex arrangements
Whatever issues may arise during probation of a Will, Chris Rudd Solicitors can help.
There is a possibility that someone will challenge a Will. That may be for several reasons, such as belief that the deceased lacked capacity to make a Will. Often, that can get sorted out during probate. Other times, someone might dispute their inheritance.
Whatever the circumstance, we can help you to sort things out.
How We Can Help
We can provide you with 15 minutes free legal advice. Throughout the process, we will advise you on the best course of action and help you through it to end, with the best possible outcome. And, if you’re looking for a Will in Warrington, we can arrange a face-to-face meeting.
We can offer you:
- A specialist team of experienced legal advisors
- Free initial advice with no obligation
- Clear and simple pricing plans