Do I Need To Make A Will?

The Wills & Probate Solicitors for Morley, Tingley, East Ardsley, Gildersome, Churwell, Drighlington and surrounding areas of Leeds and Yorkshire.

Four Reasons A Will Is Never Made

1. Fear

Making a Will does not mean you are going to die tomorrow! 

A Will is simply a written direction as to what you want to happen to your money and property when you die.

An opportunity to think about the people and things you love the most.

Five Reasons To Make A Will Today With D Burke & Co Solicitors

1. Fear diminishes when you have certainty that your loved ones will be provided for.

We make the Will writing process as simple, friendly and straightforward as possible, so there is no reason to be afraid. Appointments to discuss wishes can usually be taken at your own home, at weekends or in the evening, so you are in a relaxed atmosphere where we can chat through your family situation.

2. Cost

In tough economic times it is difficult to prioritise paying for a Will. It's easy to put off to another day.

Unfortunately there is no way of knowing when we will die and sometimes people put it off too long.

2. Worry free honest transparent price - no hidden extras

View the set price list here. Know exactly what you are getting and for how much. Budget knowing the cost from the outset.

3. “My partner will inherit anyway”

It is a common misconception that co habiting couples are ‘common law’ wives/husbands.

Unfortunately a common law spouse does not inherit unless there is a Will. Similarly where couples split up but have not divorced, the spouse will inherit unless there is a Will to say otherwise.

3. You should make a will if your partner is not your spouse or you are separated but not divorced.

Your spouse will inherit when you die. But if you are not married or separated and not divorced then make your wishes law by making a will.

4. “I have nothing to leave”

There may not be any savings in the bank.

But after asking one or two questions we discover children, a house, life insurance, a business and so on. 

If you don’t have a Will I urge you to not put it off any longer and not be a part of the statistic.

4. Do you have children? A house? Life insurance? A business?  

Then it is critical that you make your Will. 

5. It's done - file and forget forever peace of mind.

Get ‘Make a Will’ off the to-do list, to give both you and your nearest and dearest a real sense of peace of mind.

Four Reasons A Will Is Never Made

1. Fear

Making a Will does not mean you are going to die tomorrow! 

A Will is simply a written direction as to what you want to happen to your money and property when you die.

An opportunity to think about the people and things you love the most.

2. Cost

In tough economic times it is difficult to prioritise paying for a Will. It's easy to put off to another day.

Unfortunately there is no way of knowing when we will die and sometimes people put it off too long.

3. “My partner will inherit anyway”

It is a common misconception that co habiting couples are ‘common law’ wives/husbands.

Unfortunately a common law spouse does not inherit unless there is a Will. Similarly where couples split up but have not divorced, the spouse will inherit unless there is a Will to say otherwise.

4. “I have nothing to leave”

There may not be any savings in the bank.

But after asking one or two questions we discover children, a house, life insurance, a business and so on. 

If you don’t have a Will I urge you to not put it off any longer and not be a part of the statistic.

Five Reasons To Make A Will Today With D Burke & Co Solicitors

1. Fear diminishes when you have certainty that your loved ones will be provided for.

We make the Will writing process as simple, friendly and straightforward as possible, so there is no reason to be afraid. Appointments to discuss wishes can usually be taken at your own home, at weekends or in the evening, so you are in a relaxed atmosphere where we can chat through your family situation.

2. Worry free honest transparent price - no hidden extras

View the set price list here. Know exactly what you are getting and for how much. Budget knowing the cost from the outset.

3. You should make a will if your partner is not your spouse or you are separated but not divorced.

Your spouse will inherit when you die. But if you are not married or separated and not divorced then make your wishes law by making a will.

4. Do you have children? A house? Life insurance? A business?  

Then it is critical that you make your Will. 

5. It's done - file and forget forever peace of mind.

Get ‘Make a Will’ off the to-do list, to give both you and your nearest and dearest a real sense of peace of mind.

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Call Leeds 0113 2525597

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The Wills & Probate Solicitors for Morley, Tingley, East Ardsley, Gildersome, Churwell, Drighlington and surrounding areas of Leeds and Yorkshire.

Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners Qualified Solicitor
Diane Burke is a STEP qualified solicitor
Solicitors For The Elderly - Qualified
Institute of Professional Willwriters member
D Burke & Co also trading as White Rose Wills and White Rose Wills & Conveyancing is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). SRA No. 621233. This firm operates within the SRA Code of Conduct, a copy of which can be viewed at www.sra.org.uk.
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