Will writing and advice in Swanley
We encourage all adults; particularly property owners to make a will. For most people your house is your biggest asset. It is important that those you want to inherit are protected.
Sometimes people don't realise the repercussions of not writing a will. Often people believe that the people they want to inherit their estate will automatically get it. Other people believe that it simply isn't important at their stage of life.
Not having a will can ultimately mean that your estate goes to the wrong person, or to the government.
Will writing by Lonsdale & Mayall Solicitors
- Have peace of mind, knowing that you have relieved your family of the burden of making decisions at a stressful time.
- Decide who should receive your money, property and belongings when you die,
- Appoint the guardians of your choice to care for your children in the event that the other parent is unable to do so
- Incorporate your preferred funeral arrangements
Lonsdale & Mayall Solicitors offer straightforward advice in relation to the obtaining of a grant of probate or letters of administration and can deal with a complete application for you. Our approach is compassionate and caring as we appreciate the many legal and practical issues which follow bereavement.
We offer competitive rates, and are happy to discuss our fees with you.
When someone dies, you will need a legal right to be able to deal with their affairs once they're gone. This could include their property, money and possessions. By obtaining the grant of probate, you will be able to clear any debts such as unpaid utility bills, arrange sale of the property if required and finally distribute the remaining estate as per the Will