Making a Will

Making a Will

10% Discount on Wills

to clients who live in Nettleham and the surrounding villages or are over 60.

Marriage generally means that your existing Will is revoked. Separation or divorce will mean that your priorities have changed and you should revise your will.

If you do not have a Will, we strongly suggest that you have one prepared.

An up-to-date Will ensures that your dependents are taken care of to the best of your ability and your remaining assets are passed onto the people you want to receive them.

Wills & Probate Solicitors

JGQC Solicitors have an experienced and capable team of Wills and Probate experts, who can take the hassle of how to make a Will off your mind, allowing you to be at ease knowing your assets will eventually fall into the hands of loved ones.

Distribution of Assets

If you do not have a Will your assets will be distributed according to the current law and when you have been involved in a divorce and re-marriage, this may not be what you would have chosen. It may also be the cause of inter-family disputes and distress, as well as unnecessary delay and avoidable friction.

Making a Will

Making a Will with JGQC is simple. We can arrange a free initial first consultation to outline your major assets,we can then advise you on the best solution for the next steps you should take.

If you are recently separated, divorced or remarried then you may want to change or update your will according to your current circumstances. As always, JGQC Solicitors are here for you to guide you every step of the way.

JGQC Solicitors can make Will writing a simple and straightforward process.

If you do not have a Will your assets will be distributed according to the current law and when you have been involved in a divorce and re-marriage, this may not be what you would have chosen.

It may also be the cause of inter-family disputes and distress, as well as unnecessary delay and avoidable friction.