Many people living in the UK do not have a will – over half of the adult population. This can be for many different reasons, from believing they are too young to have one, to thinking that the cost of writing one is simply too high in comparison to what their assets are worth.
At RRK Legal, we understand the importance of writing a will and how difficult it can be for those left behind when somebody dies without having a will created beforehand. This is because the rules of intestacy decide in entirety what happens to everything that you own, and this may be different to how you and your family wish for your assets to be divided. Money aside, wills reflect your wishes in a wide range of other ways – such as who would take care of your children upon your passing.
Whatever reason you may have for not yet having a will, it’s time to make the best decision you’ll ever make for total peace of mind – both now, and for future generations. Get in touch today to speak to the RRK Legal team about your estate planning requirements.
At RRK Legal, we offer will writing services for all sizes of estates, from simple individual wills to complex mirror wills for couples. We have worked to make sure that our service is easy to navigate and understand, without confusing legal jargon or endless forms. Depending on your needs, we may also discuss additional estate planning services such as trusts, powers of attorney, and funeral plans to build a comprehensive estate plan for you.
Including a single will, Health & Welfare LPA and Financial Affairs LPA
Including a set of mirror wills, 2 x Health & Welfare LPA and 2 x Financial Affairs LPA
We are proud to be members of the Society of Will Writers, which is a guarantee to you that we only work by their exceptional standards when it comes to will writing. The logo on our site is proof that we adhere to their strict code of ethics and customer care, so you know you are in safe hands with us. Furthermore, with our will drafting, we also carry over £2 million pounds worth of professional indemnity insurance, which is essential for any company dealing with your estates to have.