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  • Making A Will

    Hi all,
    Never realised making a will can be so difficult.

    I started making a will using a company 6 months ago but never went past the draft stage as I could not understand what was written in it. I also found very little help when asking questions and felt being silly asking what the will meant.

    I want to use a reputable will writer who I can see in person and I can clearly understand my wishes are in the Will. I just do not know who to use as wasted 150 already.
    I have read that I should use a solicitor?
    I am co habiting, we have a child, we are planning to get married, I would rather just go and get this done in registry like tomorrow to make it easier regarding assets ect.
    Anyway can anyone recommend any will writers?
    Also can I have written in my will that I wish a certain amount of money to be set aside for my previous 2 children to be given amounts on a monthly basis for my executer (partner/wife) to set up? But I don't want this affecting the children's pip or UC as they are deemed to be vulnerable I cannot give excessive amounts anyway.
    I would rather have a face to face meeting to set up a will.
    Thanks for any advice.
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    Go to a solicitor. Speak to the solicitor before confirming instructions, so as to satisfy yourself that you have chosen the right person.

    I always made sure my clients understand my advice and the documents I prepared for them. You want someone who will do that for you.
    Lawyer (solicitor) - retired from practice, now in academia. I do not advise by private message.

    Litigants in Person should download and read this: https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/..._in_Person.pdf

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