Free Will Writing Service
As a member of Unite you can take advantage of the free Will Writing service provided by our legal partners.
A legally drawn up will is a written statement of your wishes that enables you to make important decisions that affect your family and friends after your death.
- Who inherits your estate (i.e. everything you own)- who are your beneficiaries ?
- Who will act as guardians of your children ?
- Who carries out your wishes ? - your executors (and your executors may also act as your trustees if your will creates a trust).
- Why would you create a trust ?
- Which charities, if any, are to benefit from your Estate ?
All of these issues can be incorporated in a will. A properly drafted will can spare your family and friends a lot of unnecessary work and upset at a time when they are least able to cope. It also reduces the possibility of making your will invalid or contestable. You can alter your Will or cancel it at any time.
Writing a will is the only way to guarantee that your estate is administered and divided in accordance with your wishes – so it’s important you take the time now to make a will.
Unite Legal Services’ free and simple will writing service can help you prepare for the future and reduce the stress for loved ones after a death. Our expert solicitors will guide you through the will writing process, explaining the stages clearly to you.
We also have expertise in dealing with enduring powers of attorney and controllership orders.
A solicitor's knowledge and experience of the Probate Registry's procedures will save family and friends having to undertake complicated legal work at a distressing time. Obtaining the Grant of Probate and ensuring that the assets of the estate have been collected and liabilities discharged, can involve time consuming work dealing with a number of organisations.
UniteHome have negotiated preferential rates for Unite members with our legal partners.
How to access the free will writing service
Contact your local Unite office for more information. Please specify whether you require a single or mirror will. Click here to access the contact details for your local Unite regional office.