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Legacy Will UK - Will Writers in West London Testimonials

If I’d known it was this easy I’d have arranged my Will years ago!
- Mrs Nolan, Chalfont

Thankfully the jargon was kept to a minimum; I can actually understand what my Will says!
- Mr Lloyd, Eastcote

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What's in a Will


An Executor is the person you appoint to deal with all your personal affairs and the administration of your estate. They ensure that the requests you have made within your Will are acted upon, but they will be personally liable for your obligations.

Their responsibilities are not only very complicated, but can be especially difficult during a bereavement. For this reason it is may be better to select someone other than a friend or family member as the Executor, or joint Executor.

We offer a professional Executive service, through Kings Court Trust Corporation which would be available to your loved ones depending on the circumstances at the time


A trustee is someone you appoint to be the legal administrator of assets held in a trust. It’s their job is to manage that trust, and, in some cases, make decisions about how the property within it is to be used.

If you have young children a Trustees job is to look after your children’s interest in your estate until they are old enough to take responsibility themselves, you can state in your Will what age you would consider appropriate.

For example leaving a large sum of money to an 18 year old may not be in their best interests so you can state that the money is held “in trust” until they are 25.


One of the most important decisions you Will ever need to make when writing your Will is who to choose as Guardians for your children. Whom ever you choose will need to “replace” you and raise your children if your not available to do it yourself.


Beneficiaries are quite simply anyone who “benefits” from a Will, family, friends, next door neighbours, charities, the list is endless.

You can even nominate a favourite charity as a beneficiary giving either a cash gift or a percentage of your estate.


When you have made a Will you will need to sign it and have your signature witnessed to avoid any contestation of that Will in the future.

There are a few guidelines which you need to know when considering witnesses such as not using a potential beneficiary as a witness or someone under 18, but as part of the service we will offer you clear guidance if needed.

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