A Family Legacy

Request a free consultation or download our ‘8 Step Guide to making a Will’

We make the process of creating or updating a Will much simpler than you may think. We can help you review your circumstances and what impact any changes in your life may have on an existing Will. For example, if you have divorced, married, had children, purchased a property, been left an inheritance etc. All these factors can impact or invalidate your Will.

If you haven’t created a Will before our free consultation will help you understand what is needed. This includes discussing legal guardians for your children, trustees, limiting your tax liability and ensuring the process of managing your estate is made easier for your family.

Please do not take risks with DIY Wills or the many online cheap Will writing deals advertised. Making a Will is one of the single most important documents you will ever create in your lifetime so it is important to ensure it is legally valid.

Please use the form to request a free consultation, call 01753 439089 or download our ‘8 Step Guide to Making a Will’.

    Making a Will

    We have prepared a brief digital guide on creating a Will to help you to consider all factors. From your estate (property, art, jewellery etc) to legal guardians, executors, where you will store your Will etc.

    Download Our Guide


    Tel 01753 439089
    Fax 01753 820501
    DX 311201 Slough 14


    392 Edinburgh Avenue
    Slough Trading Estate
    SL1 4UF


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    Dividing Your Estate in your Will

    When we mention ‘estate’ to people they often say they don’t have anything. Your estate isn’t restricted to property, it could be animals, your car, jewellery that you own, perhaps even a rare stamp collection or similar.

    Appointing Executors for your Will

    If you have a small estate that doesn’t require the sale of property or other items you may consider a friend or relative to act as an executor. If the situation is more complex, it may be beneficial to appoint a professional executor. We can explain this in more detail at a free consultation.

    Preparing for a meeting

    Our 8 step guide is useful to read through before you join us for a free consultation. It may be helpful for you to start listing your belongings/assets and consider who you would appoint as a legal guardian for your children if you have them.

    Cameron KinrossA Family Legacy – Slough