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Why Write A Will?
Don’t put off writing your will any longer. Contact your local experts at Fielding Triggs. Our highly recommended will writers and estate planners in Crawley, West Sussex and the surrounding areas, will take care of everything.
Call 0333 000 7880 or email email@example.com to book an appointment at a time that is best for you. We can come to your home at a time to suit you. We’re available 7 days a week.
Your Fielding Triggs expert will explain the benefits of writing your will.
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- Secure your assets for the beneficiaries you have chosen so that the right people inherit your hard earned assets
- Protect an unmarried partner from losing the house or life insurance policy, which could go to an ex or your parents if you die without a Will
- Ensure your assets are shared fairly between all your children, including those from a previous relationship for example
- Appoint your Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in case you suffer dementia in later life
- Store your Will and Trust documents securely so there is no risk of loss or damage
- Decide who you would want to take care of your children in case both parents die and ensure this happens by appointing a Legal Guardian
Why do I need a professional Will Writer in Crawley?
You can write your will yourself and there are templates and online applications available to help you. However an experienced will writing expert or a solicitor with experience in family law and trusts may be better placed to help you find the best plan of action to suit you and your loved ones.
A will writing and estate planning service is sometimes added to other relevant professional services, such as a solicitor or financial advisor, because long term planning including assets after death comes up when you are using their services for other reasons.
It is common for solicitors and those in financial services to choose to specialise in wills and estate plans exclusively due to their knowledge and experience.
They may make suggestions that you would not have thought about and they can make the process quicker and easier. At Fielding Triggs, our experts prioritise accuracy to ensure that your will, estate plan and Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) are valid. Mistakes and damage and invalidate your will so that your executors are unable to execute your will and your chosen beneficiaries may not benefit as you intended. An invalid LPA means that your loved ones do not have the necessary legal permission to make decisions on your behalf if you suffer from dementia.
Our experts have years of experience in all aspects of Wills, Estate Plans, Trusts, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Guardianship of children and even Secure Storage for your documents. We can answer all of your questions and explain your options. That means you can relax in the knowledge that you have taken the best possible care of your loved ones, long into the future.
Our Will and Estate Planning Experts in West Sussex can assist with all types of Wills, including:
Simple Will: This is suitable for any individual, even if they are married, divorced or in a relationship, to instruct how they want their assets to be distributed when they die.
Mirror Will: This type of Will is created for someone who is married, in a civil partnership or co-habiting, who wants their Will to be drawn up similarly to their partner, so the Wills ‘mirror’ each other. This protects the other person in the event of their death and also protects any children and can be a more cost-effective choice.
Joint Will: A Joint Will is a type of Will that is jointly executed by two or more people, usually a husband and wife or civil partners. The law treats a Joint Will as two or more separate Wills.
Trust Will: This type of Will is used to offer increased protection for your family in various situations. For example, where an individual has a partner but also children from a previous relationship. They may wish to be specific about what their partner and children inherit and when.
They may wish to protect their estate from care fees or to look after the interests of a disabled or vulnerable person once they have passed away.
A Trust is a legal arrangement which makes someone responsible for an individual’s assets to benefit another person.
You wouldn’t want to hand over more than your fair share of hard earned cash to the taxman in your lifetime, so why would you do so after your death? We can help you to secure your assets for your and our trusted experts can do everything for you. We explain all the elements that you should think about to best protect your family.
“The person I dealt with from Fielding Triggs was very helpful and made the writing uncomplicated and straight forward.
Without doubt I will recommend Fielding Triggs”