By working with the UK’s leading will writing and estate planning experts, we offer an exceptional personal service to anyone needing guidance on later life planning.
Not everyone is comfortable discussing what happens when you die; however, there are a lot of benefits to writing a will. At Adroit, we work closely with employees to understand exactly how you would like your assets to be distributed in the event of death. Our will writing experts will incorporate such wishes into a will.
Our wills and estate planning consultants also work across the length and breadth of the country, meaning we can provide a local, personal service, in the comfort of your own home.
A will only needs to nominate Executors and distribute your estate to be a legal valid will. For a couple, each person makes their own individual will.
A simple will is for very basic circumstances only and allows you to name your Executor(s), the persons with legal authority to make sure that the terms of your will are carried out and state who the beneficiaries of your will are and what they are receiving. It will also allow you to name a guardian to take care of your minor children, if you pass away before they are 18 years old.
Mirror wills are two separate legal documents created on behalf of a couple who are married, in civil partnership or unmarried/partners. They are virtually identical in content and structure, and “mirror” each other. Usually, both members of the couple leaves their estate to the other in the event of their passing away first and then down to their ultimate chosen beneficiaries. Mirror wills can be simple wills or estate planning wills where your will is used as a financial planning tool to avoid risk and to maximise beneficiaries’ inheritance.