Wills, keeping it simple
Making a Will should be straightforward, cost effective and quick. We all lead busy lives and making a Will might not seem like a priority so we have made the process as simple as possible.
Four simple steps:
- Decide that you need a Will, who should benefit and who your witnesses will be
- Ring us or contact us so we can take your instructions in order to draw up your draft Will
- Ensure your final Will is witnessed and signed in accordance with government safety guidance and drop it off at your local ABD office
- We can even remotely witness the signing of your Will, via video conferencing. However, this is subject to a separate procedure to ensure compliance (find out more here). You may also find the "How to make a Will while socially distancing" guide helpful too (find out more here).
Three Will types to choose from:-
- Standard Family Will
- Asset Protection Will
- Tax Planning Will
We will discuss what is important to you and what type of Will would be best for you. Our aim is to ensure that making a Will is as simple and straightforward as possible. Making or updating a Will needn't be as expensive or time consuming as you might think.