Will Makers of The Midlands was established by David Raybould in 1999 and specialises in all aspects of will writing, trusts and probate services and pre-paid funeral plans. Our cost-effective services allow you to access the best possible legacy and estate planning and Inheritance Tax advice alongside qualified and associated support and guidance. We offer face-to-face appointments and will come to see you at your home or place of work, whichever is convenient.

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We all know how easy it is to lose or misplace documents that are kept at home – particularly if you move house. And then there are the things outside of your control – in the UK, there are over 64,000 household fires, 1,000,000 burglaries and 2,000,000 homes at risk from flooding every year, any […]
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There may come a time in your life where you no longer can, or don’t wish, to organise your own affairs. Setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) enables you to plan ahead, giving one, or more people you trust the legal authority to step in and manage them for you. There are two […]
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We understand that you feel strongly about who you want to benefit after your death – to make sure all the things you have spent your life working so hard for will go to the people you choose. The only way to do this is to make a clear and legally binding Will – and that’s where we […]
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Trustee Services you may have read elsewhere on this site about the whole variety of Trusts which can be set up as part of your Will to ensure your assets are protected, and go to the people you want them to after your death. When you set up a Trust like this, part of the […]
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One thing you may worry about is how your loved ones are going to pay for your funeral when the time comes, particularly as costs are rising year on year. But it’s a concern you don’t need to have, as you can pay for nearly all of the arrangements in advance so there will be […]
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Estate Planning Sometimes, planning what happens to major assets like your home and your savings after your death requires more than just a Will. After all, life has a way of bringing us all sorts of unexpected difficulties to deal with – ill health, divorce, bankruptcy etc., and of course, the death of other loved […]
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Your home is usually your most valuable asset, so it’s particularly important to plan what happens to it after you die. Having a well written Will is obviously a key part of this, but there is another aspect if more than one person owns the property, perhaps a husband and wife or common law partners. […]
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