Will Drafters online will services make those final days easier
by Alex Ribbs Thursday, December 09, 2010
A new way of doing wills gives the right kind of service, so that you get the best services at right deals.
United Kingdom, December 2010 – UK online will company Will Drafters has set up a new way of making a legal will. The online will services provided by Will Drafters allow customers to make a completely legal, totally binding will from the comfort of their own home – without any need for costly visits to notaries or solicitors’ offices. Absolutely everything is done via phone or email – and when the will is ready to be signed it is drawn up and posted out, to be returned with signature and witnessing as completely legal.
The will is able to be drafted in this way because Will Drafters employs a team of legal experts, with specific experience in will writing and will drafting, to advise customers on the best ways to deliver their wishes in proper legal form. What that means is that the Will Drafters team (you can reach them at www.willdrafters.com) are able to interpret wishes into the best legal phraseology, so that the sense of what the person making the will wishes to say, remains intact. These online will services, which cost a lot less than making a “high street” will, are served by the exact same people, in terms of qualifications, as a solicitor’s office: but the fees are considerably smaller.
That’s not all Will Drafters can do. In the event of someone dying intestate, Will Drafters is also capable of entering into probate assistance on behalf of the family and next of kin – thereby saving them a huge amount of money and ensuring that everything runs smoothly and with deference at this extremely difficult time. Will Drafters is running a full alternative service to the costly and often confusing packages found on the high street – online will services with a much higher rate of customer satisfaction.
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