Contemplating the making of your will is a task that few relish, as it comes with a real sense of your own mortality. The peace of mind which ensues, however, once you have had a well drafted and comprehensive will prepared outweighs the negatives. We at Fisher Law take time with you to sensitively explore every aspect of your wishes, including the appointment of executors, your beneficiaries, the making of specific bequests of treasured items and whether it would be prudent to create a trust to mitigate inheritance tax liability, or otherwise protect family assets.
The law is very particular about the execution and witnessing of your will. It is of utmost importance to us to ensure that those formalities are properly observed and that the drafting is in clear, unambiguous language, precisely reflecting your instructions and negating the prospect of any disputes after your passing.
Having Fisher Law assist and guide you through the process will afford you with:
- A clear explanation of each step
- A thought-provoking questionnaire to help you carefully consider all issues that may be relevant
- A fixed price quotation
- Our availability to deal promptly with any queries you may have
- Total discretion
Administration of Estates
Coping with the loss of a relative or close friend is traumatic enough without the added burdens of dealing with his or her will (or lack of one), the valuation of the estate, contacting the relevant financial institutions, pension companies, policy providers and stock brokers, addressing inheritance tax issues, extracting a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration, preparing estate accounts and distributing the estate assets. Fisher Law will gladly shoulder those burdens for you, our aim being to bring closure as efficiently, sensitively and painlessly as possible.