Register A Will

If your Will is deemed lost or never written, your loved ones and benefactors are exposed to potential financial loss and obviously additional stress.

We hold your Will safely and digitally record its location on the Wills register so that benefactors can always locate it when the time comes.

Please call us for a free no obligation chat on 0800 3 10 11 12

Have you registered your Will?

We can now register your Will for you and if it was written with us it’s FREE! If the Will was not written with us then there may be a small registration charge.

Why should I register my Will?

If your Will is deemed lost or indeed never written your loved ones and benefactors are exposed to potential financial loss and obviously additional stress.

We hold your Will safely, but we digitally record its location on the Wills register so that benefactors can always locate it when the time comes.

It is a fact that the majority of people (67% in a recent survey) would not know where to locate parents Wills. The passage of time, house moves, and new relationships are all contributing factors to this statistic.

How Do I Register?

Simply call, write or click on the ‘contact us’ form to request that we register your Will today!

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Adrian Chambers - Seatons Solicitors

Expert Will Writing Specialists

My name is Adrian Chambers. I am a lawyer who specialises in registering, creating and preparing Wills.

We aim to provide our clients with an outstanding legal service. We will help and support you and most importantly we work hard for you.

Please contact us for a free, no obligation chat at our Corby office on 01536 276300 or contact us online.

 

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