James McKenzie’s approach to writing Wills is very simple. We want to offer an outstanding service and make the process as easy and straightforward as possible.
Why write a Will?
Most people know the importance of making a Will, but for one reason or another never get around to it. Many people believe they do not need to make a Will because they do not have substantial savings or property. However, irrespective of the value of your estate, your assets will be frozen and no-one will be able to benefit from them until probate is granted – having a Will greatly speeds up and reduces the cost of this process.
If you do not have a Will, the government (through the Laws of Intestacy) will decide how your estate is divided when you die. Even if you are married, your surviving spouse may not inherit all of your assets, and if you have children, they automatically claim their share when they turn 18.
By writing a Will you can ensure your assets go to the people you want to leave them to and at an age you want them to receive it.