Making a Will can be a daunting prospect. It forces us to contemplate the inevitable and is often, therefore, something we delay doing or indeed avoid doing entirely. To do so, however, would be a mistake. Dying in the absence of a Will (intestate) can give rise to costs and heartache on the part of your family at a very difficult time, all of which may be easily avoided. Making a Will means that you may be sure that your property, money and possessions, may be inherited after your death by the people you would wish to inherit. It represents a clear statement that you have considered the needs of your family and others. In addition, it represents an opportunity to consider matters such as Inheritance Tax in a clear and definitive way.


Preparation is key

A Will, represents one of the most important commitments you are likely to make in life and its terms should be considered carefully and professionally. Here at Hewitson & Harker we have Solicitors who have many years of experience in the preparation of Wills and can guide you through the intricacies clearly and sensitively. Some are members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, which represents a guarantee of quality and high professional standards. If you instruct us, we will make sure that you are guided through the process with great care and expertise.