Wills & Inheritance
Experienced Inheritance Lawyers based in the heart of Leeds, Bingley, Bradford and Yeadon.
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Online Will Questionnaire - The questionnaire should take no longer than 10 minutes.
Please complete this confidential questionnaire online so that we can “tailor-make” a Will to suit your circumstances and your wishes. If, in completing the questionnaire, you would like advice or you would prefer to discuss your requirements, please telephone one of our specialists on 0800 998 1155 who will be delighted to assist. There is no extra cost involved.
Some of our FAQ's
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How long can solicitors hold inheritance money?
This is usually as long as it is necessary to administer the estate, although there is a duty to administer the estate as efficiently as possible. It is important to ensure that all liabilities are settled and any claims against the estate are resolved before distributing the estate.
Do you pay inheritance tax if there's a will?
Inheritance tax is payable based on the nature of the estate. This is the size of the assets in the estate as well as a variety of other factors, such as whether the deceased made any gifts before they died. It is possible for Wills to be prepared in such a way as to reduce and even potentially eliminate the amount of inheritance tax payable and this is something we would be able to advise on.
Can a solicitor be a beneficiary in a will?
Yes. Besides, if someone wants to leave a gift to the solicitor drafting the Will, this would only be possible if the person making the Will has independent legal advice and is fully aware of the situation. No solicitor can persuade a person making a Will to leave them a gift in it.
What would make a will invalid?
Wills become invalid automatically on the marriage of the person making it, unless the Will is specifically drafted to prevent this. A Will can also be revoked by the person who made it at any time. If the original Will cannot be located after death, then the assumption is that it was destroyed and this can cause difficulties. We offer a service to store Wills for our clients to prevent this being a problem.