Believe it or not, getting a Will written to protect your family, or your business, in the event of your death, might turn out to be the single most important decision you’ll ever make! It’s not scary, but if you don’t, the law will decide how your estate is passed on and this might not be what you had wanted!

Need convincing? Here’s a selection of people we have helped over the years

“I have recently had my Will written by David. He came to our house and gave us a first class service, he was very helpful and guided us through the process. The after care is also excellent, you are given wallet sized cards which detail your will and where it is stored, if legislation changes updates to the will are completely automatic reflecting these changes. I would highly recommend David to any of my friends or colleagues.”

“I have known David for over ten years and cannot recommend him too highly.

He has written several Wills for me and my family and also Powers of Attorney.”

“With two young children our major concern was to ensure that we implemented the right provisions for their future care and financial well being. The way that you structured our meeting and the advice that you provided, has left the pair of us feeling incredibly comfortable. We now have a legal document that would ensure our aims have been met. We couldn’t recommend David highly enough.”

“I have known David for some time and find him to be extremely knowledgeable and professional.

Friends and family of mine have used David’s services and the feedback has always been very positive.”

“I recently had to deal with a difficult situation getting my brother to resolve his Will and powers of attorney due to his illness – with various complications from previous marriages and many emotional barriers to clear solution of his wishes. His own solicitor had made a dreadful attempt at sorting things out and drafted a Will saying the exact opposite to the wishes I had been asked to deliver as executor. Having used David, previously, for my own Will, I called on him to deal with my brother’s affairs in Sussex. David could not have been more helpful, knowledgeable and swift to sort all this out, including travelling to my brother’s home to deal with matters. I don’t think I can recommend David highly enough – he has the ability to deal with what could be distressing and morbid in a most positive and compassionate manner.”

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