Welcome to ProtectMyEstate Wills & Estate Planning

ProtectMyEstate operating in Solihull, Birmingham and throughout the Midlands and Warwickshire specialise in Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning & Probate. We also provide advice on how to protect your family's estate from the threats of Inheritance Tax, Long Term Care, Divorce, Separation & Bankruptcy.

By making a Will you can decide what happens to your property and possessions after your death. Although there is no need to make a Will under the law, it is the best way to make sure your estate is passed on to family, friends and loved ones as you wish. If you die without making a Will (intestate), your assets may be distributed according to the law rather than your wishes and your family may be subject to large inheritance tax bills.

Incredibly, over 68% of the UK population have not made a Will.

The Importance of Making a Will

A Will sets out who is to benefit from your property and possessions (your estate) after your death. There are many good reasons to make a Will:

    you can decide how your assets are shared - if you don't have a Will, the law        says who gets what

    if you're an unmarried couple (whether or not it's a same-sex relationship),        you can make sure your partner is provided for

    if you're divorced, you can decide whether to leave anything to your former        partner

    you can make sure you don't pay more Inheritance Tax than necessary

Preparing your Will with ProtectMyEstate

Although it is possible to write a Will by yourself, it is advisable to use a reputable and experienced company such as ProtectMyEstate as there are different legal formalities you need to follow in order to ensure that your Will is legally binding. If your circumstances are complex, the legal advisers at ProtectMyEstate are ideally positioned to offer you the correct advice particularly when it comes to your potential tax liabilities.

The advisers from ProtectMyEstate will be able to visit you at your home or place of work to discuss the aspects of making your Will.

For a free, non-obligatory discussion or to arrange a personal visit, complete our contact form now.

There is no cost for an initial consultation.