We’ve teamed up with Flint Bishop Solicitors to help you ensure your children’s future is protected if the worst should happen to you.
Research shows that a staggering 70% of adults with children under 18 do not currently have a will in place1, meaning that there could be disputes surrounding the care of those children, in the event of one or both parents’ death.
What happens if I don’t appoint a guardian for my children?
The fact is that in the unfortunate circumstance that a child was left without parents, and those parents had not made a will, it would be up to the courts to decide who would take care of them.
So why have so many people not made a Will?
The most common reason given was that ‘they hadn’t got around to it’.
So we’ve just made it easier…
At The Children’s Mutual we felt it was incredibly important to provide a quick, easy, inexpensive will writing service which will allow you to make decisions now about what you would want to happen in the future in certain difficult circumstances. In providing this service with Flint Bishop we hope to make the process of securing your child’s future simpler, allowing you to make your will from the comfort of your own home.
- Free advice – information and advice to help you choose the right will for your circumstances
- Apply on-line, by post or over the phone directly with the Solicitors
- Request a home visit if preferred
- Wills start from as little as £50.00 (+ VAT) and can be with you in 24 hours
Peace of mind
Flint Bishop Solicitors are recognised by the Law Society for providing expert advice and excellence of service.
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 Unbiased.co.uk, October 2010.