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Wills

A Will is a legal document by which a person, who expresses their wishes as to how their property and assets should be distributed at death and names one or more persons, as the executor to manage the estate.

Your Will is one of the most important legal documents that you can write in your lifetime. Not only is it important to make sure that your Will is written and complete, it is also vital that your Will is valid.

If you do not write a Will or if the one that you put in place is invalid, your belongings, including any property, may not go to the people that you had intended to benefit from them.

It is not something you should worry about, but it is not something to put off.Get in touch with Certainty today and enjoy peace of mind, safe in the knowledge that your affairs are taken care of.

We pride ourselves on our high level of expertise and excellent customer service.

Our process is simple, robust and cost effective.

     What happens if you die without leaving a valid Will?

  • You may create an unnecessary tax bill for your beneficiaries.
  • Your unmarried partner could get nothing and be made homeless.
  • Your estate may go to people you would not choose. For example, if you’re separated, your estranged spouse may benefit.
  • The courts may choose potentially unsuitable guardians for your children.
  • Your business may be divided up, sold or given to someone you would not choose. This might be your ex-spouse for example.
  • Dependants needing care may not receive your financial assistance, no-matter what your intentions.
  • Others may claim on your estate bringing large expenses, turmoil and lengthy delays.
  • Ultimately, your estate may go to the Crown

If you would like to discuss any of these issues further or would like more information, please call or contact Certainty today, we look forward to speaking to you.

Need help writing a Will?

Remember writing a Will is not daunting, it just allows you to plan and sort out your estate and provides for your family’s future.

Certainty ensures that your assets are passed to your intended loved ones.

If you would like to discuss your requirements further, then one of our specialist advisors can call you back or arrange for a visit 

What is a Mirror Will?

It is common for couples to choose Mirror Wills. Just as the couple’s wishes may mirror one another, their Wills can also mirror one another.


Can I amend my Will?

Once your Will has been witnessed and signed, you will need to make an official alteration called a codicil. This will need to be witnessed in the same way as the Will. You can make as many codicils as you wish but for major changes you should write a new Will.

We can help you ensure that your Will is always revised appropriately and remains valid. 

If you have any other questions, please contact us

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