How can spending less than £ 50 save your family’s pain after you die?

Two-thirds of adults in the UK still do not have a will and this is a completely unnecessary risk.

If you haven’t done your job yet, you may be unaware of the problems that you and your family are facing if things get worse.

If you die without a will, you are known as ‘Intestate’ and the law decides what happens to your money. Your family may face costly legal disputes that consume whatever money you want from them.

Your inheritance tax bill may increase – up to 40% of your money may be cleared and your property may not go to the people you choose. Everything is handled according to very old government standards.

Most of us have considered making a will on many occasions. Then, we stopped it because the time involved – the fees involved – or the self-destructiveness of the near future.

These excuses are now completely blown away by the fact that you can easily get a legally binding will that suits your circumstances and desires today.

But when is the right time to do your will? You can create one as soon as you are 18 years old and although there are many milestones in our lives that make it a perfect opportunity to fulfill your desires, you have to wait for them to come. No need

You must have a will, especially if you are a property owner, married or parent.

But City and country law By offering the service at a very discounted price, they are here to build your experience to decide what happens when you are no less difficult here.

The cost of will writing services with the firm is usually £ 145 per wheel, but they have reduced the price to only £ 47 per wheel so that people can see the importance of resolving their issues.

Here are some things to consider if you are thinking of making a will but are not sure what it involves:

  • You need to decide who you want to benefit from your will, such as a family member, partner, child or charity.
  • Who cares for children under the age of 18.
  • Who is going to arrange your property and fulfill your wishes after your death (your executor)?
  • What if the people you want to benefit die before you?
Town and Country Law offers writing services for only £ 47.

You will need to seek legal advice when:

  • You share property with someone who is not your husband, wife or civil partner.
  • You want to leave money or property to a dependent who cannot take care of himself
  • There are several family members who can claim your will, such as a second spouse or second marriage child.
  • Your permanent home is outside the UK.
  • You have overseas property.
  • Your business.

Do I need to store the document?

We can’t answer that question! However, you can keep your documents perfectly safe: wills, attorney powers, trusts, etc.

Why do I need to store the document?

Our archive is the best: a bonded, secure, insured warehouse. Town and country law clients receive a storage certificate that certifies how to obtain their legal documents directly.

People choose to store their legal documents for a variety of reasons: They do not want important documents to remain at home. They are worried that they could damage the fire or the water. They can be taken or misused; Keeping private documents private; They can tell trustees and executives where to get the documents when they finally need them, without handing them over yet, and so on.

If storing your important documents is beneficial to you, just tell Town and Country Law.

The cost of storing your will, trust and powers of attorney is £ 25 per year, including VAT, regardless of how many documents you store with us, and the registration of your will. Including, which would otherwise cost 30.

Lasting power of attorney

The information on Age UK’s website states that the permanent power of attorney (LPA) is a method you trust, your lawyer, the legal authority to make decisions on your behalf if you do so in the future. Lose your mental capacity, or if you do not want to make more decisions for yourself.



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There are two types of LPAs for financial decisions as well as health and care decisions. Assigning an LPA to yourself is another service. City and country law Offer

Click here to learn more about Will Writing and LPA Services in Town and Country Law.

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