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basic mirror wills could

cost your children everything

The structure is outdated which is why they are often offered cheap or free. Despite what you might read, a good will can not be 

completed in 15 minutes.

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There's nothing to prepare in advance,

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Discuss your will or lasting power of attorney with an expert in the comfort of your own home (or office) at a time that's suits you.


Sometimes it's easier to speak after the children have gone to bed. If you are busy during the daytime with work or you have young children, book an evening session when you'll be more relaxed. what we do best

Legal Love Letters is the new branding style of and was created mainly to bring about a pleasant shift in the way we think about why we write wills, who they're for and what we're really saying when we write one. For over two decades, we've helped thousands of people all over the UK write wills they understand and feel good about - our existing clients are our biggest fans

They've taught us that wills are more about love than money because ultimately, we only give what we have to the people and causes that we feel  affection for don't we? Would you leave what you have worked hard for to somebody you dislike? 

Probably not.

You're most likely here because you have a question. Well, if it's anything relating to writing a will, lasting power of attorney or about probate, then you're in exactly the right place. Have you been meaning to write a will for ages but you're not sure where to begin? Or perhaps you've looked at the LPA forms and given up?


There's no time like the present

If you're thinking about writing a will that works well for you and the people you care about, then get in touch, we're here to help and it's definitely worth having an initial conversation. By working with us, you'll have access to an amazing team of legal professionals - knowledgeable and caring people who are here to ensure you get things rightYou'll find the conversation with us uplifting and it gives you a chance to learn while asking any burning questions you might have. There are usually plenty which is why you should always take advice. 

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Get the ball rolling and speak in confidence to someone here who will get to know your situation, answer your questions and offer constructive advice about your choices.

Read our blog post here:

Why has rebranded as Legal Love Letters

What is a mirror will?

Do I need a solicitor?

Are 'free' wills really free?

What is a Life Interest will?

Is a godparent a guardian?

What does an executor do?

What will happen to my pets?

How many witnesses do I need?

Who gets my Facebook account?

Are funeral wishes legally binding?

What happens if we 'go' together?

What happens to my iTunes library?

Who gets my personal possessions?

How do I donate my body to science?

What happens if my will gets damaged?

What happens if I my will can't be found?

Does a witness need to be a professional?

What if I've been married more than once?

Will my pension pot be part of my estate?

What if I'm separated but not divorced?

Is there an 'official reading' of the will?

Do I change my will if I move home?

Does everything have to be sold?

How much is my inheritance tax?

Can an executor be a witness?

Who pays for the funeral?

What if my will gets lost?

Where are wills kept?

Who pays my debts?

What is probate?

Is a copy will valid?

Do I need probate?

What is an executor?

Why do I need a will?

Is my will confidential?

Who can witness my will?

Are will writing kits legal?

How much does a will cost?

What happens to my business?

Can a beneficiary be a witness?

What about my property abroad?

​What happens to my Life policies?

How often should I update my will?

What age should my children inherit?

Do my executors get a copy of my will?

Do I need to write down my passwords?

Can my witnesses be a married couple?

What is my inheritance tax allowance?

What happens to frozen embryos?

Can executors be beneficiaries?

Who can witness my will?

Are ashes really ashes?

What is an LPA?

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