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Last Will & Testament Premium Kit


Reference: 9781907765964
England, Wales & Northern Ireland - eKit
Scotland - eKit
England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland - Kit

Product Description

Since 1993, Lawpack has proved that making a Will does not need to be difficult or expensive. Making a Will gives you peace of mind; you can be reassured that you are protecting your family and friends by ensuring your property and savings go to those whom you choose.

Each Premium Will Kit gives you the confidence and the tools to follow the straightforward steps to make a legally valid Will. The Premium Will Kit is the most comprehensive of Lawpack’s Will Kits. As an enhancement, Lawpack has also included an Executor’s Guide to provide expert solicitor advice about what your loved ones should do with the administration of your estate after your death. Also provided is 12 months’ free Will storage (worth £12.00). Template Will Forms are provided along with clear guidance on how to complete the Forms. There are no hidden fees or subscription fees. The Lawpack Kits are available by download or by post with free next working day delivery. Full money-back guarantee.

The Premium Will Kit is valid for use in England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland.

Technical Specifications

Included in the Premium Will Kit

  • Step-by-step solicitor-approved Guidance Manual on writing a Will
  • Choice of three ready-to-complete Will forms, for use in England & Wales, Northern Ireland or Scotland
  • Comprehensive solicitor-approved Executor's Guide
  • 12 months’ free Will storage – (value £12)
  • Online access to additional Will downloads including Letter to Executor, Important Document Locator, Important People to Notify, Funeral Wishes and Property Inventory
  • Step-by-step Guidance Manual which covers England, Wales & Northern Ireland (includes separate instructions for Scotland):
    • Why making a Will is important
    • What is intestacy?
    • Who should make a Will?
    • How long is a Will valid?
    • When is it necessary to prepare a new Will?
    • Preparing to make your Will
    • Appointing executors and trustees
    • Naming a guardian for your children
    • Appointing beneficiaries
    • Gifts to children
    • Specific Gifts and legacies
    • The residuary gift
    • Appointing a substitutional residual beneficiary
    • Disposal of property during your lifetime
    • Property that does not pass under your Will
    • Tax considerations in estate planning
    • Witnesses to your Will
    • Signing your Will
    • How to revise your Will
    • What happens when someone dies
    • Safekeeping of your Will
    • Which Will form should I use?
    • Using the England, Wales & Northern Ireland, Scotland Will Forms
    • Will Glossary (separate Glossary for Scotland)
  • Template Will Forms - the kit contains a choice of three ready-to-complete Will forms:
    • Will Form 1 – Simple Gift of the remainder of an estate after the deduction of all taxes, debts, expenses and specific bequests
    • Will Form 2 – The remainder of an estate as above is gifted to an Adult but if he/she dies to their Children
    • Will Form 3 – The remainder of an estate as above is gifted Direct to Children
    • The Manual contains helpful examples of completed Will forms
  • Executor's Guide which covers:
    • Grant of probate or confirmation
    • More than once executor
    • Other personal representatives
    • Should a solicitor be instructed?
    • More than one executor
    • Other personal representatives
    • Should a solicitor be instructed?
    • Registering the death
    • The death certificate
    • The Will
    • Is a grant of probate or confirmation necessary?
    • Financial records
    • Paying Inheritance Tax
    • Identifying beneficiaries
    • Valuing debts
    • Asset checklist – property, bank account, stocks and shares, car, pension, life insurance and more
    • Excepted/exempt estates
    • Probate forms England and Wales
    • Probate forms – Scotland
    • Application for confirmation – Scotland
    • Probate forms – England,Wales & Scotland
    • At the Probate Registry – England & Wales
    • At the Sheriff Court – Scotland
    • Inheritance tax
    • Distribution of gifts and legacies
    • Transfer of assets
    • Final accounts
    • Taxation of the estate
    • Succession on intestacy
    • The rules of intestacy in England & Wales
    • Prior rights, legal rights and the rules of intestacy in Scotland
    • An overview of probate/confirmation
  • 12 months’ free Will storage – (worth £12)
  • Additional Templates (can also be downloaded with your registration code)
    • Letter to Executor Template
    • Funeral Wishes Template
    • Important Document Locator and Summary of Personal Information
    • Important People to Notify Template
    • Property Inventory Template
Choices you will need to make when ordering a Lawpack Will kit
  • Format – The Kit is available in 2 formats:
    • Paper Will Kit by post –includes loose leaf Will forms
    • Download Now’ eKit – available to download in one zip file
  • Domicile – If you choose a ‘Download Now’ eKit, two versions are available depending on your domicile. You must choose either:
    • England, Wales & Northern Ireland
    • Scotland
  The legal Will forms and guidance are regularly updated and approved by barristers Eason Rajah QC and Richard Dew of Ten Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, under English law, by Johns Elliot solicitors under the law of Northern Ireland and by Neill, Clerk & Murray, solicitors, under Scottish law.


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