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Wills Solicitors Inverness

Making such arrangements can be complex so, although it is possible to write your will yourself, it is normally worth using a wills solicitor to ensure that your wishes are followed to the letter. In the document your wills solicitor will give an outline of your assets and who you wish to pass them on to, who will serve as guardian to your children and who the executers will be.

R W Mcclurg & Co
01463 732300
52 Union Road
Inverness

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Craig Wood Solicitors
01463 225544
16 Union Street
Inverness

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Simpson Macdonald
01463 238888
32 Church Street
Inverness

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Cowan Douglas Law
01463 243183
22 Queensgate Business Centre
Inverness

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Davidson Scott & Co
01463 231066
11 Queensgate
Inverness

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A Frasier & Co
01463 229917
106 Church Street
Inverness

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Highland Solicitors Property Centre Ltd
01463 231173
30 Queensgate
Inverness

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Fleetwood & Robb
01463 226232
11 Queensgate
Inverness

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Macarthur & Co
01463 234445
7 Ardross Street
Inverness

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Mckenzie Law Practice
01463 713718
6 Queensgate
Inverness

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To get the best possible assurance that your assets will be distributed according to your wishes upon your death it is necessary to use a wills solicitor. If you die without consulting a wills solicitor then your property, personal possessions and money is dealt with according to the law, which may not correspond to your wishes.


Why use a wills solicitor


Without using a wills solicitor, a number of the important people in your life can stand to miss out. A wills solicitor would, for instance, be able to ensure that a partner you have been living with but have not married is provided for or that your step-children receive some inheritance.

None of these people would provided for should you die without using a wills solicitor. Financial considerations aside, a wills solicitor can also make sure that guardians of your choice, such as grandparents, are appointed to take care of any young children you may have. You can also use your will to make funeral arrangements.

Making such arrangements can be complex so, although it is possible to write your will yourself, it is normally worth using a wills solicitor to ensure that your wishes are followed to the letter.

What a wills solicitor will do


In the document your wills solicitor will give an outline of your assets and who you wish to pass them on to, who will serve as guardian to your children and who the executers will be.

A wills solicitor can also advise you on how inheritance tax will affect your estate and other iss...

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