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making a will?

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Debs75 Wed 24-Aug-11 13:24:18

I have just had my life cover renewed and I want to protect it for dc's future, especially as ds is disabled and will be at home forever.
Initially I want to be able to pay for a house for them, although with house prices now would probably be just enough for a deposit, and for my sis to be their guardian. Any left over would go in a trust for when they are older.

I just have no idea how to do this and how n=much it will cost me. Any tips on how to go about it

nocake Wed 24-Aug-11 13:28:17

Can I recommend another mumsnetter to you? Mumblechum wrote our wills and did an excellent job. I think it cost £140 for mirror wills (almost identical wills for DW and me). Her company is called Marlow Wills.

Lizcat Wed 24-Aug-11 13:33:36

We are Co-op members and got a really good deal from Co-op legal services including secure will storage.

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