Angela Jane - Professional Will Writing and Estate Planning. 

You probably feel that planning what you want to happen to your estate when you die and writing your will are things to do in later life. 
 
More than half (60%) of the UK’s adults think the same and haven’t made a will. 
 
However, the latest national figures* show that more than 300 people between the ages of 15 and 44 die every week in the UK. 
 
 

Angela Jane - Professional Will Writing and Estate Planning.  You probably feel that planning what you want to happen to your estate when you die and writing your will are things to do in later life.  More than half (60%) of the UK’s adults think the same and haven’t made a will.  However, the latest national figures* show that more than 300 people between the ages of 15 and 44 die every week in the UK.       

Why should I make a will? 

You must be over 18 to write a will, but those who died so young surely expected to have plenty of time to put their affairs in order. 
 
Unfortunately, if they didn’t write a will then they will be intestate.  
Their estate will be handled according to strict laws, which might not reflect their wishes. 
 
It's never too early to have a will but it can be too late! 
Making a will gives you peace of mind. Your wishes will be clearly and professionally explained. You can include inheritance for your partner, guardians for your children, any gifts you would like to make and any details you would like included in your funeral arrangements. 
 
Dying without a will leaves your loved ones with very little understanding of what you would want to happen. It can be time-consuming and stressful in their time of loss to deal with all the issues that will need to be taken into account. 

Why do people put off making a will? 

“I don’t own enough  
to need a will” 
It’s surprising how the value of your estate will add up. In 2017, UK adults who had made a will expected to leave an average of £191,000 in property and £63,000 in savings to their loved ones. 
Figures from unbiased.co.uk 
"I'm married so 
everything will go to 
my spouse" 
This will depend on a number of factors. Even if everything is covered, you should still consider Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA). 
Find out more at gov.uk 
 
"I am too young 
to make a will" 
It is never too early to make a Will or a Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) but it can be too late. Accidents and illness canhappen at all ages. 
See what the National Office of Statistics says. 

Have confidence in professional will writing and estate planning advice 

As a member of the Society of Will Writers, Angela Jane is scrutinised and trained to the highest level within our profession. We comply with the Society’s code to ensure that your wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney are created to give you and your family the protection you deserve. 
 
Unlike solicitors this is our area of expertise, which means that you receive the best advice possible for a reasonable fee. 
 
Your requirements will be discussed sensitively and confidentially, and consultations can take place in the comfort of your own home. 
 
As an affiliate member of the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) we also sympathetic to the needs of older and more vulnerable clients. 
 
We are also able to advise on and create Shariah wills that will meet the requirements of the UK’s courts. 
 
Angela Jane is based in Northampton, creating wills and LPAs for clients in Northampton, Kettering, Wellingborough, Rushden, Bedford, Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas. 
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For more information please call  
Angela Jane on 07825 331447. 
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