Single Standard Will

The most simple form of a Will, this allows you to choose Executors to deal with your Estate, separate Trustees (if necessary), Guardians for your children if under 18 and Beneficiaries of your Estate, Provision for Pets, it is usually used by someone who is single or not in a long term relationship, although a lot of couples include this clause too.

Joint Standard/Mirror Wills

These are two Wills, usually for married couples, unmarried partners and people in civil partnerships who live together and want similar things.

It includes all the features of a single standard Will.

Trust Wills

These Wills can be used to protect assets for future beneficiaries including minor, vulnerable and disabled beneficiaries.

There are many different types of Trusts in Wills and all the different types of options available to you and how they can play an important part in providing you with the control and protection you need can be discussed on the consultation.

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