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Wills

Planning for your future with RCNLaw

 

Making time to write a will 

We spend our lives working to support ourselves and our loved ones, yet 57% of us do not have a will. Many people are also unaware of the problems of dying without a will (intestate). You do not need to own a property or have significant wealth to protect the financial security of your loved ones. 

Making a will is easier than you think

If you don’t have a will yet, don’t worry - the expert team of legal professionals at RCNLaw is here to support you. RCNLaw provides a fast, efficient and friendly service at a discounted rate for RCN members. It also offers highly competitive rates for your family and friends.

RCNLaw will help you to ensure your wishes are carried out. Our team can help ensure the financial security of your estate and provide you and your loved ones with peace of mind that your wishes are set out for the future.

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 Wills are living documents

Have you recently been through a significant life event? For example: 

  • Moving to a new house? 
  • Getting married? 
  • Having or adopting children? 
  • Become divorced or widowed?  
  • Experiencing a downturn in your finances? 
  • Received a large bonus or compensation?
  • Or invested in a second home?   

All these situations would result in a change to your chosen beneficiaries. If you have already made your will, it is important to keep it up to date, so it is still relevant and valid. 

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Your fee includes:

  • a telephone conversation with one of our legal experts
  • detailed legal advice to ensure the will meets your needs
  • Will drafting plus written advice and instructions
  • free secure storage of your new will 

Contact RCNLaw about wills

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Forgotten something?

Why write a will 

  • It ensures that your wishes are clearly set out. 
  • It is advisable to have a will written when your assets are worth more than £5,000. 
  • It gives you the opportunity to set out your wishes for specific items or charity donations. 
  • If you have young children, you choose who you wish to appoint as their responsible guardians.
  • It gives you the control to select the people who will manage your affairs after your death. 
  • It protects the financial security of your loved ones. 
  • It eliminates any unnecessary distress for your loved ones. 
  • It provides you with the peace of mind that your wishes are set out for the future.  
 
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Your questions answered

Read our FAQs here.

Fees  

Fees vary depending on the complexity of the documents and the size of the estate, but start at: 

  • Single will from £80 for RCN members (£99 for non-members) plus VAT. 
  • Joint will from £100 for RCN members (£125 non-members) plus VAT. 

 

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Probate

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