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Wills, Trusts and Probate

Why Make a Will?
  1. to name your Beneficiaries. (In other words, those to whom you want to pass your assets and belongings).
  2. to name your Executors. (In other words, those to whom you want to give the responsibility of managing your affairs and distributing your assets).
  3. to arrange a specific gift or cash lump sum that you would like to give to a Beneficiary or group of Beneficiaries.
  4. to arrange how you would like your residuary estate to be distributed. (In other words, what happens to the remainder of your estate after your specific gifts or cash lump sums have been dealt with).
  5. to arrange how you would like your residuary estate to be distributed in unusual circumstances, for example, in the event that people who you expect to survive, but actually predecease you.
  6. to make the legal process of dealing with your Estate more straight forward. This often means that the legal costs (if any) of distributing your Estate are kept to a minimum for your loved ones.
Why make a Will with CM Law
  • We will take you through the process of making a will in a step by step process to make sure that you fully understand the wording used in the will.
  • We make sure that your decisions do not have unforeseen consequences by discussing various scenarios with you, some of which you may not have considered.
  •  By considering all the aspects of your will (and if appropriate, your reasons for making certain decisions), we maximise the likelihood of your true intentions being fulfilled. For example, you may or may not be aware that there are circumstances in which a will can be challenged and overturned. We help you to minimise this risk.
  • We give you superb value for money.
  • We will take you through the process of making a will in a step by step process to make sure that you fully understand the wording used in the will. 
Areas of Expertise

Areas where we specialise include:

Drafting Wills
Applying for a Grant
Inheritance Tax
Estate Administration
Deeds of Variation
Disputed Probate

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