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To get the year off to a good start, Hattons are offering 10% off ALL new Wills drafted before 31st January 2022.  We will also not charge anything extra if you need to amend your Will before 31st December 2025, and we will also store it for free.

If you get a Will, you can also get up to £228 (inc. VAT)  off the cost of a Lasting Power of Attorney.

No matter how old or young you are, no matter what assets you may have, everyone should have a Will in place.  In certain circumstances, if there is no Will in place, your hard-earned assets could even go to the Government.  Having a Will in place benefits you and your loved ones in many ways.  For example:

  • It saves time, money and most importantly stress for your loved ones;
  • It will be you that decides where and who gets your assets, and it is you who decides who does not benefit from your assets;
  • If you have children under the age of 18, you can provide for who will look after them, bringing you peace of mind.

Also, by using Hattons, you can have the comfort and peace of mind knowing your legal documents have been drafted and produced by legal professionals.

Contact us today by clicking here or call Natasha Cave, Head of Private Client, on 01744 744414.

Posted on: 10/Jan/2022 Posted in: General, Will Writing
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