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At WSL, all our services have been designed to give you exceptional value for money, with competitive rates that put you in complete control.
Speak to one of our expert team on 020 3884 2010 or enter your details here and we’ll arrange your convenient home visit, telephone or video appointment. Appointments are available daytime or evening, seven days a week.
At your appointment, we’ll listen to your wishes and discuss your options. We explain everything in plain English, so you don’t have to worry about complex legal jargon. Depending on your circumstances we might discuss further estate planning services such as trusts, lasting powers of attorney, probate and funeral plans.
Your Will is drafted by our Legal Department and sent to you for approval. We also provide clear guidelines on signing and witnessing.
Unlike online or telephone only Will writing services which are geared towards simpler estates, we excel at dealing with complexity, and our legal consultants do all the work for you. There are no forms or paperwork for you to fill out beforehand or online.
Regardless of whether you choose a home visit, telephone or video chat appointment, the same team of friendly, experienced legal consultants will guide you through the complexities of writing your Will.
Using their experience to cut through the legal jargon, they provide easy to understand, real life scenarios to really help you understand the best way to structure your Will.
We believe it’s our people that make the difference. Give us a try, you’ll find that making your Will is easier than you thought.
We have put together a simple checklist to show you how writing a Will can help you protect those you love. If any of the following criteria applies to your circumstances, you need to put a Will in place.
Without a Will your spouse or civil partner may not automatically inherit all of your estate.
Without a Will the law treats you both as single and your partner would receive nothing.
If you are now married, children from a previous relationship may inherit nothing.
You should specify who you wish to inherit or live in your property after you have passed away and consider protecting your share against possible care costs.
You may want to add your new grandchild to your Will so they inherit something directly from you.
Making a Will is the only way to put you in control. It allows you to name your beneficiaries and specify what you want them to inherit.