If you are single it is still important to create a Will to ensure that your wishes are carried out when you are no longer here. Our specialist Wills and future planning lawyers are highly experienced and are on hand to assist.

A Single Will is for one person. You can make a Single Will whether you have a partner or not.
You should always take professional advice when making a Will as this will make the process quick, easy and free from mistakes. We provide specialist guidance to help you to make a Will that is tailored for you and your specific circumstances.

What is a Single Will?

A Single Will is the best way to protect the estate of an individual person, whilst still allowing them to specify the family and loved ones they would like to benefit from their estate upon death.

If you have a partner you can still make one and it is a good option if your partner already has their own Will in place.

Key benefits include:

  • Choose who looks after any dependants/children
  • Choose your Executors
  • Deciding who you want to benefit from your assets and possessions, and how
  • Individual Will
  • Specify gifts you want to leave
  • Specify to whom the remainder of your estate is distributed

How Much Does A Single Will Cost?

We will be able to advise and quote accordingly after finding out more about your circumstances and wishes over the phone.
Once we have provided you with a written quote for the agreed work, you can decide whether you would like to move forward with our services.

What Should I Include In My Will?

If you do not have a Will in place before you die, your assets will subject to the rules of Intestacy with no say over what happens to them. This can cause difficulties and expense for those you care about most.
Everyone should ideally have a Will but this is especially true if you own property, are married, in a civil partnership or have a long-term partner. It also applies if you have children or other dependants, or if you wish to leave something to someone who is not a close family member.

The key elements that you should include in your Will include:

  • Your Executor
  • Any funeral Wishes
  • Name legal guardians for your children
  • Include your assets including money, property and shares/business interests
  • Naming your Beneficiaries.
  • Your Trustees
  • Other wishes

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People rely on us, and we pride ourselves on our client-centered advocacy and representation.

Why Choose Us?

Our solicitors are experts in Will Writing and Inheritance Planning and so are ideally positioned to help you put in place secure plans for the future. We have helped many individuals and business owners across the country through the sensitive process of creating a Will.

How to Get in Contact

Please call us on 01234 350 244 or email us at info@dvsolicitors.com for further information and advice about our Single Will services. We will happily provide you with a free initial discussion about your individual circumstances.
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