Make a Will – No Children
Clear, concise advice about making a will from Madden Law
Why choose Madden Law when making your Will?
We have over ten years experience in drafting both simple and complex Wills. We provide transparent costs. We give straight forwards forms, to ensure that the process is as stress free and straight forward as possible. We take care of the witnessing and storage of the Will. We offer a range of flexible appointment options. We offer video consultations to discuss your Will. These can be booked online at a time that suits you. There is ample free parking outside our office. Our office at the Bryanstown Centre, Drogheda is fully wheelchair accessible.
What happens to your old Will when you make a new Will?
When a new valid Will is signed, it revokes the older Will. Usually, the older will is not destroyed. It is simply kept with the new Will. There is no requirement to bring an old Will in when making a new Will. Often it will be helpful to discuss why a new Will is being made and therefore the contents of the old Will should be reviewed and discussed.
Making your Will with Madden Law
Submit your details in the form below. Please contact us to post the form to you if you wish.
Fill out the form , as best you can. It will be reviewed in full with you at your consultation.
A standard fee of €200 will apply for a standard Will. Each person makes a separate Will.
Book an appointment online for a convenient time to come in to review and sign the Will with Shona. Home and hospital appointments can be requested here.
Signing the Will
You can attend on your own. The Executors do not need to come in. Our office will store the original Will and give you a copy.
Examples of scenario for this will:
With no spouse and no children, there are no legal obligations to provide for anyone in your Will. Provided the Will is valid, a single person can leave their assets to any person they decide.
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