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Protect Your Legacy With A Will

Just as important as protecting your family in life, is to also make sure your wishes are met after you’ve gone.  Many people in the UK die intestate, which means they have no Will and their estate is divided up according to the laws of Intestacy. This can mean that everything you have worked to build in your life could revert to the Government in your death if you do not have any surviving relatives.  So, the last stop on this journey of buying a home is to consider a Will.

Mortgage Advice Centre is delighted to offer you a Will writing service so that you and your family have comfort in the knowledge that should anything happen, and then your exact wishes can be met.

Once you have contacted us to arrange your Will, one of our advisors will be in touch to make a face to face appointment wherever it is convenient. Most often this conversation starts in the comfort of your own home over a cup of tea. You don’t need to be worried about complex legal jargon as our advisors carefully explain the process from start to finish and make sure you fully understand how a Will works.

Our Will writing partners are full member of the Institute of Professional Will Writers and will ensure the final documents are checked and double checked until you are entirely satisfied. At this point, they are ready to be signed and stored in a secure location.

As life changes you also have the flexibility to update and amend your Will, and our friendly Will writing professionals are always available for you.

To discuss our Will writing service or book an appointment with one of our Will Advisors, contact us now on 01376 808200.


The Wills service promoted here is not part of any Openwork Offering and is offered on our own right. Openwork Limited accept no responsibility for this aspect of our business. Wills are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority

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