Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney
Taking the time to plan ahead can help you secure a more prosperous future and provide peace of mind for you and your loved ones.
We are here to make it easy for you to write your Will and preserve more than just your money. The RightWill platform allows you to leave behind your story, answers and guidance alongside your Will, for the people you leave behind.
Talk to us about a RightWill and how you can protect your legacy.
Request Your Free Review Meeting
Our service starts with a free review meeting to help you consider your options and for us to answer any questions you may have. Our Legal Advisors will take as long as you need.
We also offer a free home visit if you cannot easily access the closest office near you.
A trusted service from a regulated Law firm
Right Legal Group is a fully regulated law firm. Driven by our passion to change the way people think about making a Will, we have created a well-established Will writing platform called RightWill that preserves more than just your money.
A RightWill makes sure that every client gets full advice and recommendation from one of our specially trained advisors as well as a platform to record your emotional wishes along with your legal wishes.
Upon your death, we want your family to be left with more than just a legal document….we want them to be left with answers and certainty.
The RightWill experience is also available through our network of partner law firms. Click here to learn more…
Talk to us about a RightWill
Start your RightWill journey today. Find out more about a RightWill by speaking with our friendly team.
We want to make sure you have all the information you need along with the right advice and recommendation when it comes to your Will.
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Your Will is the most important document you will ever make
A Will allows you to have control of what happens to your money, property and possessions upon your death. It is also the final bit of communication when you pass away.
Whether you consider yourself to have many possessions or much money, it is still important to make a Will.
We focus on preserving memories, not just money
A RightWill is much more than just a legal document and an allocation of physical assets.
The Right Will for You?
Every Will is tailor made to each individuals personal circumstances. We meet with you as part of our free consultation process and spend time getting to know you to create a complete story of your life.
All Wills are safely secured free of charge for your lifetime.
We keep in touch with you every two years to ensure your Will is kept up to date and your circumstances haven’t changed.
The difference it would make to receive a letter from your loved one...
Protecting Our Clients Memory & Preserving Their Inheritance
Discussing death and the issues surrounding it is not an easy topic of conversation and making a Will is not something you will look forward to arranging. However we aim to make this experience as easy, straight forward and compassionate as possible. All of our advisors are dedicated to providing the best service to you.
Just to let you know...
We provide innovative ways for you to leave behind more than just a legal document. We are committed to preserving your story – told by you so that it can live on forever.
Learn more about our Just To Let You Know Booklets.
Why do I need a Will?
Making a will isn’t just for the elderly, it can help protect your loved ones if the worst happens.
Love is a Gift...
Leaving behind cherished memories and items can mean so much to the loved ones you leave behind. Our Rightwill platform allows you to leave behind memories and messages and allows your legacy to live on. Love really is a gift…
Frequently Asked Questions
Our clients often have lots of questions surrounding Wills & Probate. Here are some of the most common questions and their answers.
A Will is a list of instructions telling your Executors what to do with you property when you die. If you make a Will, it is your choice who will benefit from your estate and not the Law’s.
Your property will be divided according to certain legal inflexible rules. Some of these may surprise you and your spouse/civil partner may receive less than you think. If you cohabit, the person you are living with may not get anything.
Very unlikely. A Will has to be prepared, signed and witnessed in a particular way to be valid.
You can say what you wish to happen to your property. You can make gifts of money, personal belongings, gifts to charity and appoint guardians of your young children. You can choose who you wish to be the Executors and Trustees and decide who inherits the rest of your estate.
Executors are the people named in your Will to carry out your instructions and administer
your estate in accordance with the law.
Your Will should be kept under regular review by you, particularly if there is a change in your
personal or financial circumstances, or you receive an inheritance. With a Rightwill we keep in touch with you every 2 years so you don’t need to worry.
You should leave it in a safe place. At the Right Legal Group we take care of your Will and keep it off site where it is safely secured & stored. Should anything happen to you, your executors will get the original.
This is a legal document giving power to Attorneys to manage your finances for you, if you are physically or mentally unable to do so. You need to be mentally capable at the time the LPA is given. The LPA will need registering with the Office of the Public Guardian prior to use.
This legal document enables healthcare decisions to be made on your behalf by the
Attorneys, but only when you are unable to make such decisions yourself. The LPA needs
registering with the Office of the Public Guardian before use.
Anyone over the age of 18 can make an LPA, provided that they have sufficient mental capacity to do so and understand and agree the content of the LPA.
If may be difficult managing your finances in the future, if you are physically or mentally unable to do so, e.g. it may not be possible to pay your bills or sell your house. If you were not able to make healthcare decisions yourself (e.g. medical treatment or where you should live) then you may wish to choose who makes these decisions on your behalf.