Insured Wills

Matt // Nov 13th, 2014
Insured Wills
Here at MW Legal Services we make sure that our clients have the peace of mind that comes with their wills being fully insured. As Members of the Society of Will Writers we have to adhere to the rules that they set for us and amongst the most important are two rules that directly effect our clients satisfaction levels: 1... 
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Legal Wills

Matt // Nov 13th, 2014
Legal Wills
One of the regular phone calls we get from prospective clients is asking if the Wills that we produce on this site are fully legal. Well the answer is very simple, yes they are as long as you follow the signing instructions that we sent to you with your will. No will document is legal until it is signed dated and witnessed... 
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£39 Single Will

Matt // Jul 24th, 2014
£39 Single Will
This is a fabulous fast service , all you have to do is complete the form via the link below and make payment, then I email a draft will to you for you to check, make sure that it says what you want it to say and that the names, addresses etc. are spelt correctly. Then, after you’ve let me know that the will... 
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£59 Joint Wills

Matt // Jul 24th, 2014
£59 Joint Wills
Also known as Mirror Wills, these are a pair of wills that largely, but totally, mirror each other, it doesn’t matter if the couple writing their wills are Married, in a Civil Partnership or simply living together, it’s especially important that they write wills to ensure that, if one of them dies, then... 
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An extract of an article from The Independant newspaper written by Simon Read published Friday 21 November 2014. He writes: “Here’s a warning: if you’re not married or in a civil partnership, but have children, recent rule changes could hit your finances. How? New intestacy regulations, which came into force... 
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Many people think that they can obtain a Grant of Probate themselves and carry out the necessary work required to transfer someone’s estate to the correct beneficiaries and whilst I’m sure that these people have the wits to do this it’s important that they understand the implications of obtaining... 
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This is the Society of Will Writers CPD notes from November 2014 which I passed, the notes are aimed at Will Writers but they also make good reading if you need to know more about the subject as a lay-person thinking about your will. Capacity? What should you be thinking about? This month we take a detailed look at... 
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A Guide to Writing your Will
Many people see writing their will as a complicated exercise that they put off year after year and continue on like that far too long. The truth is that it doesn’t have to be that complicated and to help people who are a little concerned about the process I’ve written a small guide that is available to... 
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How to write a will

Matt // Oct 28th, 2014
Using this website is very easy, you leave all the complicated work to us, all you need to do is follow these simple steps: 1 – Decide whether you want a single will (just for one person) or a joint will (for two people living together, married or not). 2 – Click on the correct form, Single or Joint. 3... 
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Every time I see accidents, air ambulances, road ambulances and our Weymouth Lifeboat going out I always hope that the person they’re helping gets through what ever ordeal they are going through that day but I also privately hope, for the sake of their loved ones, that they also have a will. Let’s hope... 
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