| Wills

Why do I need a will?

No matter your age, marital status, whether you have children or own a home, we recommend that every adult should have a professionally prepared will.

Making a will ensures that when you die, you decide what happens to your estate. By making a will you can:

  • Choose your executors (people appointed to deal with your estate after your death)
  • Choose your beneficiaries (people or charities that will receive your estate)
  • Appoint guardians to look after any young children and appoint trustees to look after the children’s inheritance
  • Plan to reduce your estate’s Inheritance Tax liability
  • Help to avoid disputes after your death by clearly setting out what is to happen to your estate.

Over the years, your position may change. You may get married, get divorced, have children or buy a property. When any of these things happen, you should make a will or look at reviewing your existing will. Having an up to date will can give you peace of mind.

It does not cost a lot to make a will, and the benefit can be invaluable.

Why choose our will writing solicitors?

Our solicitors are approachable and straightforward. We are dedicated to providing a personal service and work with you to put together a will written specifically for you. Where possible we like to meet our clients face to face (either at one of our offices or at your home if you prefer). Alternatively, we can conduct meetings via Skype.

How can we help?

At Levi Solicitors we have been writing wills and advising clients on planning for their future for many years. We will use our experience and knowledge to draft the best will for you.

We are proud to offer transparent and fair pricing, and always offer a fixed fee for our will writing services.

Contact us today for a FREE initial discussion with our wills solicitors.

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Andrew Milburn

Andrew Milburn

PARTNER


T. 0113 297 3181
E.amilburn@levisolicitors.co.uk

Andrew is a partner and head of our wills, probate and estate administration department.

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