Making a Will is one of the most important things you will do in your lifetime. It caters for far more than just who will benefit from your belongings (your estate).
County Estates & Wills offer a secure storage facility for your Wills and Legal documents for just £25.00 a year
Documents are stored with ‘King’s Court Trust’ and an entry is made upon the national wills register.
The benefits of using such facility means that basic future amendments will be free of charge. These will include the change of address or the change of executor, or the removal of a beneficiary for example.
Upon such storage facility being utilised with County Estates & Wills, we will provide you with a certified copy of your Will for your records should you require such King’s Court Trust will enter your will on the national wills register and send you a certificate detailing the location and security of your will. (A copy of your Will cannot be used in Probate).
There are many reasons for storing your Will away from your home:
Give us a call to arrange an appointment to discuss your Wills on 01834 815062 or click here to email us.
A will is a legal document where a person, names one or more persons to manage his or her affairs and estate. In “olden” times, a Will referred to property, and a Testament referred to personal property, hence the term now used “Last Will and Testament”.
If someone dies without making a will, they are said to have died “intestate”. If this happens, the law sets out who should deal with the deceased’s affairs and who should inherit their estate (property, personal possessions and money).
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