Will Writers in West London Will Writers in Surrey
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
1.Q What areas do you cover?
A All of Surrey, Twickenham, Richmond, Sunbury, Wimbledon, Putney, South West London – but give me a call and I will try to help.
2. Q How do you work?
A I will visit you either morning, afternoon or evening. I will take your initial instructions in about 60 minutes, then return with the completed documents for witnessing in around 21 days.
3. Q What are the costs?
A This will vary according to your particular circumstances, but generally we do charge less than a Solicitor, plus we visit you at home.
4. Q Do wills in surrey offer any other services?
A YES We can also help you with Equity Release, Mortgages, Personal and Household Insurance, Financial Investments, and Property Conveyancing matters by connecting you with our Network Partners.
Section 2 – General Questions for will writers.
5. Q Will my personal details remain confidential?
Wills in surrey are registered under the Data Protection Act 1984, therefore all information disclosed to us will remain totally confidential.
One of the biggest changes to UK data privacy law came into effect in May 2018. The general data protection Regulation, also known as GDPR, means you will have more control over how your data is used and it ensures that organisations protect your personal data better. To reflect these changes and new obligations we have updated our privacy notice which now tells you what we do with your personal data, how it's used and your rights as an individual under the new law. You can contact us and we will send you a copy.
6. Q What is Probate?
A. The definition of Probate is ‘Proof’. The term Probate is generally used to describe the administration process of a person’s estate. It involves confirming all assets and charges against the estate.
7. Q What does the word ‘Estate’ mean?
A. ‘Estate’ means the total value of all assets, possessions and properties owned by the deceased at the time of death.
8. Q. Can Civil Partners have Mirror Wills drawn up?
A. Yes, as a Civil Partnership is enshrined in law, the same Property Protection and Inheritance Tax rules apply as for a married couple.
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If you would like further details on any of our services, or if you would like to arrange appointment please contact me directly:
by calling: 0208 398 4683 or my mobile: 077 78 929 141