The importance of making a Will
Most people know the importance of making a Will, but for one reason or another never get around to it or think that because they do not have considerable savings or property, they do not need to. Without a Will, the government (through the Laws of Intestacy) will decide how your estate is divided when you die. Under these laws, even if you are married, your surviving spouse may not inherit all of your assets, and if you have children they would be able to claim their share of your estate when they turn 18 (16 in Scotland). Writing a Will ensures that your assets pass to the people you want to leave them to and at an appropriate age, under the protection of a legally binding document.
Why choose James McKenzie
Established in 2007 and with more than 70,000 Wills written for corporate employees and their families to date, James McKenzie provides a personal yet professional Will writing service no matter how simple or complex your individual circumstances may be.
We believe that writing a Will to protect your loved ones needs to be undertaken with careful planning and consideration so you have the certainty they will be looked after in accordance with your wishes. Our experienced consultants do not produce your Wills from completed online forms or use scripted telephone questions but undertake an in depth discovery of your individual circumstances to provide a carefully tailored Will which can be easily adapted for future life events to ensure that, no matter what may be on the horizon, your Will remains valid and your loved ones protected.
Our ‘Priced for Life’ promise provides further reassurance that no matter what life throws at you, the James McKenzie team are always on hand to help answer any questions you may have, to review your Will or provide the advice and support to revise your Will. (Revisions may incur a small fee).
How the service works
Select the appropriate Will Service that fits your needs on the next pages of the Voluntary + Benefits Portal. Our dedicated meetings team will be in contact to provide a Pre-Meeting Information Pack and to arrange your initial meeting. Face to face, telephone, Skype and Teams calls are available when meeting with an experienced consultant to discuss your personal circumstances and to tailor a Will that suits your individual needs. There is a Meeting Cancellation Policy in place, so please ensure you notify the team with more than 3 business days' notice to move or cancel your Meeting. Our expert team will be on hand to help throughout the process until you have suitable Wills in place.
Want to learn more - Join one of our live webinars
If you would like to learn more about the Will writing service, and the importance of having a valid Will, please register for our next live webinar with Q&A hosted by Justin Moy, Senior Consultant on Tuesday 14th November at 11.30AM