Saddleworth Will Writing Services

Saddleworth Will Writing Services

Home Visit Will Writing Services in Saddleworth

Call us today on 0800 368 9770 and get your will sorted

We’ll Set Up Your Will Quickly and Easily

As part of the Will Writers Network we offer clients a hassle-free service to create your Will in just a quick home visits around 1-2 hrs. Our will writers are based in Saddleworth covering AusterlandsDelphDenshawDiggleDobcrossFriezlandGrasscroftGreenfieldGrottonLydgateScoutheadSpringhead and Uppermill.  – . 

No Forms To Fill In

There are no forms to fill in. We do all the work. All you need to do is answer a few questions.

Convenient home visits in the Saddleworth postcode area

Our Will Writers provide home visits in the daytime, evening and at weekends – whatever’s most convenient for you. You don’t need to take any time off work.

Our professional Will Writers make it all easy and free from stress. You don’t have to fill out any complicated forms. Your friendly local-based Will Writer will simply ask you all the questions needed to have your Will drafted. This usually takes no longer than 60 – 90 minutes dependent on complexity, in the comfort of your own home, at a time to suit you.

Simple Process, Competitive Fixed Prices

The process of making a Will is made as simple and easy as possible, without any unnecessary legal jargon, and our Will Writer’s prices are amongst the most competitive on the market considerably cheaper than office based solicitors’ fees.

Save Money

Our Prices for standard Wills

Type of Service
 Single Will
 Joint/Mirror Will

Making a Will
 £110.00
 £155.00

Lifetime Storage
 £40.00
 £80.00

Your Local Will Writer in Saddleworth

All our Wills are individually drafted by specialist  Legal Will Executives. We do not use fill-in-the-blanks templates. Your Will expresses your own wishes and our professionals can advise you on ways to reduce the burden of inheritance tax.

Your Wishes

A will stands as the legal, written record of your wishes after your death. It is a legally binding document explaining how you wish to be buried, and how you would like to distribute your Estate. It’s gives you complete peace of mind knowing that your loved ones are taken care of, as you want.

Don’t Fall Prey To Intestacy 

Without a will, your estate is divided according to the rules of intestacy, and your wishes may not be carried out by the person who inherits – especially if you have step-children, who get nothing if you die without a will, and have no say in your burial or your estate under the law of intestacy. These days, it’s not unusual for families to fall out over a dead relative’s estate, and permanent damage is done to previously stable families by greedy relatives.

At the Abbey Broadway we understand the significance of a written Will and what it means to your life. We offer you the very best will writing service in the UK to ensure you avoid any future family disputes and to make certain that your assets are distributed according to your wishes.

Leave Nothing to Chance.

Your Will is important and must be drawn up by expert Will Writers – at Abbey Broadway we leave no stone unturned to offer you professional will writing services in Saddleworth, protecting your assets and ensuring your loved ones are cared for as you intend.

We offer professional will writing services and experienced will writing advice, tailored to your own individual circumstances and needs.

The Will Writers Network represents only professional Will Writers who are members of recognised Will Writing Institutes in the UK, and who are signed up to the Will Writers Network Code of Professional Conduct.

Next Steps

To discuss how to put together your own Will in more detail, informally and without obligation, call us today on 0800 368 9770 or use our simple online form by clicking here.

So if you’re looking for help writing your will, let our local will writers visit you where ever you are in the Salford and you’ll soon have the peace of mind your love ones will be taken care of after your passing. Call us now and let us help you.

Saddleworth Will Writing Services

Saddleworth Will Writing Services

Home Visit Will Writing Services in Saddleworth

Call us today on 0800 368 9770 and get your will sorted

We’ll Set Up Your Will Quickly and Easily

As part of the Will Writers Network we offer clients a hassle-free service to create your Will in just a quick home visits around 1-2 hrs. Our will writers are based in Saddleworth covering AusterlandsDelphDenshawDiggleDobcrossFriezlandGrasscroftGreenfieldGrottonLydgateScoutheadSpringhead and Uppermill.  – . 

No Forms To Fill In

There are no forms to fill in. We do all the work. All you need to do is answer a few questions.

Convenient home visits in the Saddleworth postcode area

Our Will Writers provide home visits in the daytime, evening and at weekends – whatever’s most convenient for you. You don’t need to take any time off work.

Our professional Will Writers make it all easy and free from stress. You don’t have to fill out any complicated forms. Your friendly local-based Will Writer will simply ask you all the questions needed to have your Will drafted. This usually takes no longer than 60 – 90 minutes dependent on complexity, in the comfort of your own home, at a time to suit you.

Simple Process, Competitive Fixed Prices

The process of making a Will is made as simple and easy as possible, without any unnecessary legal jargon, and our Will Writer’s prices are amongst the most competitive on the market considerably cheaper than office based solicitors’ fees.

Save Money

Our Prices for standard Wills

Type of Service
 Single Will
 Joint/Mirror Will

Making a Will
 £110.00
 £155.00

Lifetime Storage
 £40.00
 £80.00

Your Local Will Writer in Saddleworth

All our Wills are individually drafted by specialist  Legal Will Executives. We do not use fill-in-the-blanks templates. Your Will expresses your own wishes and our professionals can advise you on ways to reduce the burden of inheritance tax.

Your Wishes

A will stands as the legal, written record of your wishes after your death. It is a legally binding document explaining how you wish to be buried, and how you would like to distribute your Estate. It’s gives you complete peace of mind knowing that your loved ones are taken care of, as you want.

Don’t Fall Prey To Intestacy 

Without a will, your estate is divided according to the rules of intestacy, and your wishes may not be carried out by the person who inherits – especially if you have step-children, who get nothing if you die without a will, and have no say in your burial or your estate under the law of intestacy. These days, it’s not unusual for families to fall out over a dead relative’s estate, and permanent damage is done to previously stable families by greedy relatives.

At the Abbey Broadway we understand the significance of a written Will and what it means to your life. We offer you the very best will writing service in the UK to ensure you avoid any future family disputes and to make certain that your assets are distributed according to your wishes.

Leave Nothing to Chance.

Your Will is important and must be drawn up by expert Will Writers – at Abbey Broadway we leave no stone unturned to offer you professional will writing services in Saddleworth, protecting your assets and ensuring your loved ones are cared for as you intend.

We offer professional will writing services and experienced will writing advice, tailored to your own individual circumstances and needs.

The Will Writers Network represents only professional Will Writers who are members of recognised Will Writing Institutes in the UK, and who are signed up to the Will Writers Network Code of Professional Conduct.

Next Steps

To discuss how to put together your own Will in more detail, informally and without obligation, call us today on 0800 368 9770 or use our simple online form by clicking here.

So if you’re looking for help writing your will, let our local will writers visit you where ever you are in the Salford and you’ll soon have the peace of mind your love ones will be taken care of after your passing. Call us now and let us help you.

Video Will witnessing to be made legal in England and Wales

Video Will witnessing to be made legal in England and Wales

As of September 2020, the Wills Act 1837 will be amended to allow the two Will witnesses to be virtually or physically present.
This is a very welcomed announcement due to the challenges placed by those trying to plan for their future during the COVID-19 pandemic. With shielding, isolation and social distancing measures in place nationally since March 2020, those making a Will (testators) and their witnesses were unable to adhere to the existing Will laws and guidelines.
The existing law states that Wills must be made in the presence of two witnesses so that each has a clear line of sight to each signature made. Historically, this has always meant that there must be a physical ‘presence’ among all parties. Questions were raised early in the pandemic about the likelihood of a Will witnessed remotely being legally accepted however, until now, there was no official flexibility from the Ministry of Justice on the matter.
The amended law will allow Wills created between 31 January 2020 and 31 January 2022 to be recognised if it was witnessed using video technology. During the pandemic, some testators took the risk of creating a Will via video and this amendment to the law will provide peace of mind to those individuals that their last wishes will still be respected during these exceptional times.

So, what has changed?

While the process has remained relatively similar to the existing law, other than the new option to witness signatures virtually, the Ministry of Justice has provided four steps to help with clarity and consistency:
Step 1: The testator and all witnesses must have a clear view of all actions that they each make on video. For instance, the camera needs to be positioned in a way that allows for a clear line of sight of the paper being signed and not just the head and shoulders of the testator/witnesses. It is also crucial that the sound and visual quality are clear.
Step 2: Each witness must confirm that they acknowledge their role as a witness of the testator’s Will.
Step 3: Electronic signatures will not be acceptable so the original Will must be taken to each witness for signature within 24 hours or as soon as possible after the process has commenced.
Step 4: Each witness must follow step 1 using the same video technology if they are not in the same physical location as each other. Both witnesses must sign the Will before it is considered valid.

Ministers have reinforced the fact that witnessing via video should only be done as a last resort when meeting in person is either impossible or unsafe. They also remind Will makers that all signing must take place in real-time as using a pre-recorded video at any point will invalidate the process.

Should there be further developments on this topic, we will be sure to provide necessary updates.

Topics: Will Making, Wills

Video Will witnessing to be made legal in England and Wales

Video Will witnessing to be made legal in England and Wales

As of September 2020, the Wills Act 1837 will be amended to allow the two Will witnesses to be virtually or physically present.
This is a very welcomed announcement due to the challenges placed by those trying to plan for their future during the COVID-19 pandemic. With shielding, isolation and social distancing measures in place nationally since March 2020, those making a Will (testators) and their witnesses were unable to adhere to the existing Will laws and guidelines.
The existing law states that Wills must be made in the presence of two witnesses so that each has a clear line of sight to each signature made. Historically, this has always meant that there must be a physical ‘presence’ among all parties. Questions were raised early in the pandemic about the likelihood of a Will witnessed remotely being legally accepted however, until now, there was no official flexibility from the Ministry of Justice on the matter.
The amended law will allow Wills created between 31 January 2020 and 31 January 2022 to be recognised if it was witnessed using video technology. During the pandemic, some testators took the risk of creating a Will via video and this amendment to the law will provide peace of mind to those individuals that their last wishes will still be respected during these exceptional times.

So, what has changed?

While the process has remained relatively similar to the existing law, other than the new option to witness signatures virtually, the Ministry of Justice has provided four steps to help with clarity and consistency:
Step 1: The testator and all witnesses must have a clear view of all actions that they each make on video. For instance, the camera needs to be positioned in a way that allows for a clear line of sight of the paper being signed and not just the head and shoulders of the testator/witnesses. It is also crucial that the sound and visual quality are clear.
Step 2: Each witness must confirm that they acknowledge their role as a witness of the testator’s Will.
Step 3: Electronic signatures will not be acceptable so the original Will must be taken to each witness for signature within 24 hours or as soon as possible after the process has commenced.
Step 4: Each witness must follow step 1 using the same video technology if they are not in the same physical location as each other. Both witnesses must sign the Will before it is considered valid.

Ministers have reinforced the fact that witnessing via video should only be done as a last resort when meeting in person is either impossible or unsafe. They also remind Will makers that all signing must take place in real-time as using a pre-recorded video at any point will invalidate the process.

Should there be further developments on this topic, we will be sure to provide necessary updates.

Topics: Will Making, Wills