Making a Will is the only way you can be sure what will happen to your property and possessions after your death.

If you have a Wife, Husband or Civil Partner, and especially young children or dependents, it is the best way of making absolutely sure they are provided for.

An up to date Will, making your intentions clear makes it much easier for your Executors to administer your estate efficiently.

From our comfortable office in Northchurch, Berkhamsted, or using professional online video solutions, we will carefully go through your needs and identify the best ways to protect your wishes with professional, understanding Will writing. Your initial consultation with us is at our cost, ensuring a worry-free chat with a positive outcome.

Without a will:-

  • Your spouse does not automatically get everything
  • A partner in an unmarried relationship may not receive anything
  • Your children may not be looked after in accordance with your wishes
  • Your family home may have to be sold to pay for long-term care
  • Your assets could be frozen for many months or even years
  • Your funeral wishes, charity donations or gifts to loved ones will not be known
  • You lose the opportunity to avoid paying unnecessary Inheritance Tax

It’s important to ensure the direction of these potential issues, because a correctly drafted Last Will and Testament is the easiest and most secure way to do this. Ensure that you are making a will that describes your complete wishes.

BAS Associates is also licensed with a professional body for Probate advice. This is handled by our team in the Northchurch, Berkhamsted office and more information can be found here.

For a complimentary Discovery Call to discuss the most appropriate level of support, a personalised quote and a guarantee of our best possible service, please complete the form below and one of our senior advisors will contact you.
Or if you prefer, please call 01442 560050 for our Northchurch Accountants Office, or 023 8202 7681 for our New Forest Accountants office.

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