It is important to get the best legal advice for preparing your will
Will Writing Specialists - Courtyard Solicitors
If you need help drawing up your will, Courtyard Solicitors offer a specialist will writing service to help you ensure that you leave your assets to your loved ones after the event of your death.
Making a Will
It is essential for you to consider making a will to ensure that your estate passes to those who you wish to benefit from it. A will keeps you in control of your financial affairs after your death and further, can save your dependents from various problems to include tax issues. Further, if you wish to pass on specific gifts, for example, a gift to a charity, cash gifts to a friend or a piece of jewellery to a specific child, you are able to do so in your will.
How much does it cost to write a will?
Courtyard Solicitors offer a low fixed fee for will writing, please see the table below:
This is based on a straightforward will where everything is being left to 2 or 3 people with up to 4 specific other bequests
If you would like to speak to us regarding your will or would like us to check that your existing will is up to date please contact us and will will respond as quickly as possible.
Courtyard Solicitors is a Limited Liability Partnership with offices in London & Devon. We have four partners; Christopher Shepherd, Sean White, Jonathan Green, and Jonathan Lynn. Our partners specialise in all property matters, Power of Attorney, Conveyancing, Wills, Probate, Litigation, Business and Family Law. Each of our experienced solicitors has been practicing in their area of Law for many years and are experts in their respective fields.
We provide a fixed fee for our services where possible, that we believe offers our clients excellent value for money, which is borne out by the positive client testimonials below.
Courtyard Solicitors are accredited by the Law Society. Membership of the Law Society establishes a level of credibility for firms, as their role is to promote excellence in the profession and safeguard the rule of law.