Still Putting off Making Your Will? MN Special Offer from Marlow Wills
Are you still delaying putting off making your will, perhaps because it seems a bit daunting, or too expensive, or it’s hard to find the time? We make the procedure simple, clear and cost effective.
Why Choose Marlow Wills?
1. We are the best at what we do. Our Reviews speak for themselves www.marlowwills.co.uk/comments.aspx We’re rated Number 1 in the country out of 665 will writing firms. Virtually all of our reviews are 5* and always have been. Every will is written individually by a qualified will writer with 25 years experience.
2. We work around your busy schedule, offering appointments in the early evening as well as the day, and work either face to face if you’re in the Marlow area, or by phone, Skype, or dial-in conference call, whichever you find most convenient. Appointments only take half an hour and the draft will is emailed to you within 3 working days.
3. We offer exceptional value for money. A standard single will is £160, and a pair of mirror standard wills is £250. This is a fraction of the fee charged by most high street solicitors. We also offer bundling packages if you also wish to make Lasting Powers of Attorney.
During January, we are offering a New Year Special discount off all of our fees, bringing the standard single fee down to £140, and a pair of wills down to £210
See our reviews here: www.marlowwills.co.uk ; thanks so much to everyone who’s been so kind as to leave a review Now fully booked until 10th Jan, but we have some evening and daytime appointments after that. firstname.lastname@example.org
You did my will for me about 5 years ago, if I wanted a bit changed (in a trust) rather than a whole new will, how much would it be pls? Also, (for a friend) in order to make use of your offer, do you have to have an appointment in Jan or just have made the appointment by the end of Jan?
AllWornOut0, if you'd like to let me know exactly what you have in mind, I'll be happy to give you a price, but as a general rule, there's a flat fee of £30 for up to 5 changes of little things like names, addresses, adding in or removing bequests etc..
If by adding a trust, you mean something fairly complex like a life interest trust, or a disabled person's trust, that starts at £100, as there's quite a lot of time needed to write.
For your friend to benefit from the offer, she'd need to get in touch with me this week so that I can book her in for an appointment by 31st Jan, although if she can't do it until the first few weeks of February, that will also be fine.
Thank you mumblechum0 I already have a disabled persons trust in a pair of mirror wills for my daughter. I was just wondering what happens if you have a disabled child with a trust set up. Say for example they reach 60 years old and all their relatives have since passed away, what happens to the trust when they pass away?