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When you have worked hard to give your family a good life, it is just as important to make a difference to your loved one’s lives when you are gone. The only way you can make sure this happens is by making a Will.

There are many things to think about, not least is what to do with your money and assets. If you have young children what will happen to them? Maybe you have a hobby or a cause you are passionate about and would like other people to benefit. Thinking about these things often puts people off writing a Will but it is incredibly important.

This is where Border Wills can help. Writing a Will is our specialist skill and our personal, friendly and expert service means we will take time to work with you until you are happy you have made the right decisions.

We will be happy to visit you in your home at a time to suit you whether you live in Cheshire, Liverpool, Wirral or North Wales.

Once we have completed this together you will have peace of mind knowing that the people you care about will be looked after and your Will is legally binding.

For additional security we can help create a lasting power of attorney and a living Will to ensure your wishes are carried out should you become incapacitated. We can also help plan your funeral to help your loved ones celebrate your life the way you want it remembered.

Contact Border Wills today on 0151-559 0695 or email roger@borderwills.co.uk to arrange your free home consultation now.



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This website provides information on our low cost will and testament writing services. If you are making a will or considering making a living will and want to enquire about the cost of writing a will Border Wills can help. We provide a will and testament writing service, plus advice on setting up power of attorney, pre-paid funeral plans and asset protection trusts across the Wirral, North Wales, Merseyside, Chester and Liverpool areas.

In addition to will writing, or making a living will, contact us via this website for setting up a lasting power of attorney. This is a document that allows you to appoint someone you trust as an attorney who can make decisions on your behalf. There are two types of LPA (lasting power of attorney); one is to appoint attorney(s) for property and financial affairs, and the other for health and welfare.

Information is also given on pre-paid funeral plans and asset protection trusts