Will Writing in Plymouth

Are you thinking about securing your family's future with a will? Look no further than CWC Solicitors. Servicing Plymouth, Torpoint and Tavistock and wider Devon, we provide comprehensive will writing services that cater to your every need, ensuring that your last wishes are clearly articulated and legally binding. Our team of family law solicitors understand the nuances of family dynamics and will guide you through each decision with care and professionalism, offering bespoke solutions to align with your unique family situation.

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What is the process for writing a will?

Writing a will with CWC Solicitors is a straightforward yet thorough process. We start with a friendly consultation to understand your situation and wishes. From there, we’ll help you consider all assets, appoint executors, and designate beneficiaries. We ensure everything is covered, including guardianship for children and specific legacy requests. Our aim is to provide a smooth and stress-free experience leaving you reassured.

How long does it take to draft a will?

The time frame for drafting a will varies depending on individual circumstances, but at CWC Solicitors, we strive to offer a prompt yet accurate service. Once we have all the information required, we aim to have a draft ready for your review within a reasonable timeframe, ensuring you have ample opportunity to make any changes before finalising your document.


Do I really need a will if I don't’have a large estate?

Yes, a will is crucial for everyone as it ensures your assets are distributed according to your wishes, no matter the size of your estate.

Can I write my own will?

While it’s possible to write your own will, instructing an experienced lawyer ensures all legal requirements are met, accurately reflecting your wishes.

How often should I update my will?

It's recommended to review your will every 5 years or after any significant life changes, like marriage, divorce, or having children.

What happens if I die without a will?

If you pass away without a will, your assets are distributed according to the laws of Intestacy, which may not reflect your personal wishes.

Can I appoint guardians for my children in my will?

Absolutely, appointing guardians for minor children is one of the most critical aspects of creating a will.

Is my will valid forever?

Your will remains valid until you marry, decide to update it or it's revoked. It is important that you contact the team at CWC Solicitors prior to major life events such as marriage to ensure your Will is not affected and or is updated accordingly.

Can I include my digital assets in my will?

Yes, digital assets can and should be included in your estate planning.

Do I need a solicitor to oversee the execution of my will?

While not mandatory, having a solicitor can ensure that your will is executed smoothly and according to legal standards.

What information do I need to bring for a will consultation?

You should bring identification, details of all assets, and thoughts on executors and guardianship.

Can CWC Solicitors store my will?

Yes, we offer secure storage options for your will and other important legal documents.

Why choose CWC Solicitors?

Choose CWC Solicitors, the local legal experts who genuinely care about providing personalised will writing services in Plymouth, Torpoint,  Tavistock and Devon. With a compassionate approach, we pride ourselves on delivering expert legal guidance infused with a deep understanding of the challenges families in the Devon and Cornwall area face. Trust us for honesty, clear communication, and commitment to achieving the best outcomes for your family.

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