Reasons why you might want to consider using a solicitor

There is no legal requirement to use a solicitor to make your Will. Most people’s affairs are relatively simple and straightforward and in most cases you can make a Will without the help of a solicitor.

If your affairs are more complex

Of course, if things are more complicated then using a solicitor might be something you should consider. Complicated arrangements could include:

  • Being responsible for a person who will need ongoing care and financial support after your death, for example a child with special needs.
  • Owning overseas assets.

If you don’t have any complex arrangements to consider, then using Affio to make your Will should suit you perfectly. We’ll take you through the process step by step, asking questions as we go to determine what you’re looking to achieve and any arrangements you want to include to ensure you get a properly drafted legal will, tailored to you and your circumstances.


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