At Macks we understand that everyone’s circumstances are different. That is why, when it comes to making a Will, we strongly recommend a face-to-face meeting with one of our solicitors who will take time to really listen to you, get to know you and understand your particular circumstances. We can then offer you comprehensive legal advice to ensure that your specific wishes are met.
Below are the answers to questions we are frequently asked about Wills. If you have a question not included here, or you require further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact us. We offer initial advice without obligation from one of our specialist solicitors. You can call us on 01642 252 828 or leave us a message and we will get back to you.
- Why should I make a Will?
- How do I go about making a Will and what information is needed to make a Will?
- Who should I appoint as Executors of my Will and do I need a solicitor as an Executor?
- What is intestacy and what happens when you die intestate?
- What arrangements can I make in my Will for the care of my young children?
- Can I exclude a member of my immediate family from my Will?
- How do I go about contesting the contents of a Will?
- How is my Will affected by marriage or divorce?
- Joint ownership of property – I understand there are two ways a couple can own a property, what does this mean and how could it affect my Will?
- How do I leave money to a charity?
- Can I include funeral arrangements in my Will and specify whether I want to be buried or cremated?
- Where should I store my Will?
- When should my Will be changed or reviewed?
- Why should I use a solicitor to make my Will?
You can find a brief description of some of the legal terms you may encounter when making a Will in our glossary of legal terms.