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Wills Lawyers Paisley

When thinking about the future and preparing for what will happen to your property when you die, it is vital to have the assistance of expert solicitors who can make sure your wishes are clearly and comprehensively communicated.

We as a nation have entered into uncharted territory as a result of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. With our daily office trips and weekend activities stripped from our usual routine, we have been put in a state of unease about what we can and cannot do. Click here to read more about witnessing your will with social distancing measures in place.

According to the Law Society, the number of people looking to write new Wills in the UK has risen by at least 30 per cent following the outbreak of coronavirus. Click here to read more about the importance of sorting your will in the times of coronavirus.

Specialist Wills Lawyers Paisley, Scotland

At Hunter & Robertson, our private client team have over 127 years of combined experience assisting with all manner of estate planning, including the preparation of Wills and establishment of Trusts. We understand the legal issues involved and aim to implement instructions promptly, within time and budget.

Making a Will in Scotland

Making a valid and comprehensive Will is very important if we want to have control over what happens to our property when we die. If someone dies without a Will, known as intestacy, their estate is distributed according to a specific set of strict rules under the Scots law of succession. These intestacy rules give spouses and dependants specific prior and legal rights that might not align with what we intend. Dying without a Will also raises the risk of costly legal disputes about the way property should be distributed between those who survive us.

Our specialist private client team regularly assist clients make Wills that help to avoid complex issues in the future. As expert drafters and reviewers of Wills, we will ensure that your Will is valid and fully comprehensive to give you peace of mind that your wishes will be implemented.

Establishing a Trust in Scotland

Another way to maintain control over how your assets are managed and used is by establishing a Trust, where you transfer your property to trustees for a specified purpose. Trusts are commonly used to provide support for a family member, contribute to the cost of educating future generations or for the benefit of a particular charitable purpose. At Hunter & Robertson, we can help you set up a Trust that protects your assets and reflects your wishes.

Contact our Wills Solicitors Paisley, Scotland

If you are concerned for your future and live in Paisley, Linwood, Renfrew, Houston, Johnstone, Dalry, Bridge of Weir, Elderslie or another surrounding area, our well-respected and highly experienced private client team can help. They use their expertise and deep understanding of the legal issues to ensure your instructions are carried out effectively, but also in a way that’s cost efficient and doesn’t waste time. If you wish to make a Will or to discuss the setting up of a Trust please contact one of our team: John Armit, William Hill, Steven Millar or Stuart Gibson through our online contact form or call 0141 889 3196.

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