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There are some things in life that should be done as a matter of course, and making a Will is one of them. Imagine not having a Will before you die and then your loved ones having to proceed through the time-consuming and often complicated process of probate. When you make a Will with Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors, we’ll make sure everything is exactly as you want it to be for your loved ones to deal with when you’re gone.
Our private client Wills department is one of the largest in North Yorkshire and our expert Wills solicitors can guide you through the process of why you should make a Will, how you make a Will and what happens after the Will is completed. By making a Will as soon as possible, you can have the peace of mind that your estate is going to be carefully and efficiently handled.
The process of making a Will is actually relatively straightforward and can, in some cases, be dealt with over the phone / via written communication without you having to come and meet us at one of our offices. If your wishes are fairly simple then the process can be quick and easy, however, the Will must be carefully drafted to ensure all legal aspects are taken care of.
Our clients choose us to assist with various Will enquiries including:
Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors is proud to be the Founder Member for the York area of Certainty. Certainty is a National Will Register and Will search service. Membership of Certainty for our clients means that once you give the agreement to us that you would like us to register your Will with Certainty, your loved ones can quickly and easily locate your Will at the time when it is needed.
It is estimated that 2 out of 3 adults in the UK do not have a Will. If you do not have a Will, call us today to discuss making a Will with one of North Yorkshire’s leading Wills solicitors.
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Did you know we also offer an online Wills service? With our online Wills form, you can enter your details and your wishes for your Will and submit the information to us to process. Not only does this service mean you can make a Will in the comfort of your own home but it is also very competitively priced from as little as £90 including VAT for a single Will and £120 including VAT for a joint/mirror Will.