Emma Hersh

9 Commonly Used Will Writing Terms Explained in Plain English

Free wills month is upon us and if you happen to be 55 or over this provides you with the chance to create your will completely free of charge. If you have ever considered making a will and have been baffled by the terminology this guide will provide a fast reference for common rules and terminology in plain English. 1.What Makes A Will Valid? It must be made by a person who is of sound mind who is over 18, voluntarily and without pressure. It must be signed by 2 witnesses that are not benefic

What is Free Will month?

You may have seen notices or advertisements promoting Free Wills Month. If you are not sure what it is all about then this article will help you to understand what the Free Wills Month program is all about and learn about its benefits. Free Wills Month takes place in March and October each year and offers you the chance to prepare your will free of charge. The offer applies to those 55 years of age and older and may be used to create your first will or to create a whole new will even if you ha

Take Advantage of Free Wills Month

You may already know that the month of October is Free Will Writing Month. This is a great opportunity for those that haven't already prepared this vital document to do so without charge. For the entire month of October those aged 55 and over can write a will and leave their estate, assets, and valuables to their loved ones. Appoint an executor, name beneficiaries and make sure your legacy goes to the right people. There are several places where you can write your will for free during the mont

Finding a will writing service near me

When creating a will to document the division of an estate or assets, the tendency can be to look for a will writing service that is located close by.  Historically the large majority of people have visited their town center or high street and prepared their will with a local solicitor. In fact, the term ‘will writing services near me’ scores very high for the number of searches in Google’s engine. This demonstrates that for those looking to write their will there is a common thread of seekin

What NOT to include in your will

There is a lot of talk around the importance of writing a will to ensure that your money, property, and other assets are bequeathed to the family members or children that you wish to nominate as beneficiaries of your estate. However, did you know that there are certain types of financial assets and property that you should not or cannot include in your will? These types of assets are usually jointly owned or contain some sort of instruction that dictates what happens to the property should you