Will Costs – General Information

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We understand that when you contact us to arrange an appointment to make your Will, you may want to know how much it will cost you.

When you make the appointment, we can tell you what it is likely to cost to make a straightforward Will, but our lives today are increasingly complicated with more people entering second relationships, being part of blended families or owning property abroad so that many Wills are not straightforward.

Your personal circumstances or the terms of your Will may not be straightforward.  It is important to us to be clear about how much it will cost you to make your Will, and at your initial appointment, after obtaining some information about your circumstances, one of our team will confirm the likely cost with you.   There is then no obligation on you to proceed.

Please take a look at the following list, and if any of the circumstances apply to you then your Will is likely to be more complex.  The list is not intended to be exhaustive, and there might be other circumstances which mean your Will is complex.

We look forward to meeting you.

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