How to write your Letter of Wishes

How to write your letter of wishes

A.D.E Wills provides a comprehensive Will writing service to cover all the essentials to create your legacy and make your last wishes known.

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Once a grant of representation is obtained, the Will becomes a public document. Alternatively, a letter of wishes remains confidential to your executors, trustees or family members.

A letter of wishes accompanies your Will and gives guidance on specific matters, such as how you wish your children, pets or property to be treated. Whilst they are not legally binding, letters of wishes are still useful in providing executors with guidance, especially where they are able to exercise discretion.

You can get that extra peace of mind and reassurance that your wishes will be clearly passed on with a letter of wishes for just £50.

Section 11 of the online Will writing form prompts you to provide any further questions or information you would like to add. Here is the perfect opportunity to tell us that you wish to write a letter of wishes and some details which you would like to include in this letter.

Our Will writing team will then contact you to discuss your letter of wishes further with you.

Alternatively, you can simply get in touch with us directly by calling 01865 507174 or emailing us at info@adewills.co.uk and our team will be more than happy to help you.

 

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