At Lincoln Wills we pride ourselves on offering our clients and prospective clients in Lincolnshire and the surrounding counties an unbeatable level of customer service and care. We have developed this website to offer you some background information on Estate Planning and the importance of planning ahead for your own and your family's future. So please take the time to watch the videos, read the articles and Frequently Asked Questions which are available on here.
We appreciate that when planning for the future you and your family need the very best impartial advice from someone who will listen to and understand your questions and concerns, guiding you through the often emotional and complex process of planning your estate.
As the principal of Lincoln Wills, David Dexter can offer you a comprehensive range of cost effective legal solutions. David is a fully qualified chartered accountant of many years standing and has a wealth of experience. He is happy to meet you in the privacy and comfort of your own home or workplace for a completely free, no obligation appointment to run through your options and which service or product may be appropriate to your needs.
During this period of lockdown it is not possible to visit clients at home to take instruction. An Information List is available which clarifies the details needed to prepare your Will. This is e-mailed to you for completion and return. Documentation is then posted to you with full instructions on signing and witnessing. In view […]
At the beginning of this new year 2020,with all it’s great potential for the next decade,who would have predicted over 30000 deaths within a matter of 4 months from an unknown disease called Corona Virus. It has always been accepted that death for everyone is inevitable eventually but never has the unpredictability of it been […]
The onset of this virus has made people more aware of the necessity of having a Will. It also begs the question as to whether or not this means that Will Writing is an essential business. Usually, to take instructions, face to face meetings are held to explain the various types of Wills and Trusts […]
From last New Years Eve mixed sex couples can enter into a Civil Partnership and enjoy most of the benefits of being married This is a legal relationship which provides some real financial benefit to those who live together without getting married. The set up costs are nominal compared with a normal marriage Assets can […]
If needs be you can change a person’s Will after death, provided any beneficiaries left worse off by the changes agree. Even where there is no Will and the intestacy rules apply changes can be made to inheritances in the same way as if there is a Will. Any changes must be completed within two […]
It may happen that one or more of the beneficiaries of your Will can be classed as Vulnerable. This is usually someone who is registered as disabled (or would be if an adult) or is a minor who has lost their parents.It could be a person who has lost the ability to manage their own […]
To prepare for writing a Will it is usual to estimate the value of all the assets which form part of the persons estate. this is done for various purposes including that of considering whether or not any Inheritance Tax may be payable on the total. Many employed people usually think that their home and […]