In your interactions with us, we’ll often refer to the concept of a ‘simple Will‘.
While there’s no legal definition of a simple Will (or what’s considered to be ‘simple’), it’s a practical definition that we use to determine the least complicated kind of Will in order to offer low cost and fixed fee quotes for our clients.
Many people think their Will should be simple and in the majority of cases this will be correct – a simple Will will be sufficient. However, some people may require specific advice or estate and succession planning and for them, a simple Will wouldn’t be suitable. Choosing a simple Will when it’s not suitable will most likely create future problems and so we don’t recommend it.
To determine whether a simple Will is suitable for you (and to get a quote), please complete our simple Will assessment below.