Wills & LPA’s

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Did you know that over 60% of the UK adult population still don’t have a valid Will? This means that 2 out of 3 people are potentially at risk of not having a valid Will when they die. In such instances they will have no control over the distribution of their assets, instead, the government decides how money, possessions and property are distributed. Therefore, family and loved ones may not be looked after, leaving them with what may be unnecessary problems at a time when they are least able to deal with them. We have created a quick and easy Will writing service to ensure that this no longer happens, our team are committed to providing you with only clear advice in plain English, free from jargon.

Writing a Will ensures your family’s future is secured. Our mission is to provide quick and easy will writing services and to make the process as stress-free, easy and affordable as possible. All of our Wills are checked by a qualified Solicitor. Unlike many other online Will writing services, we are regulated and bound to act in the best interest of our clients.

Our legal experts have a wealth of experience, they will guide you through the process and will ensure your wishes regarding your assets are upheld in the correct manner. Click here to enquire about our Will writing services, or give our team a call on 0800 288 9947. Our Head Office is in the centre of Wolverhampton and we have satellite offices across the UK where our friendly solicitors will be happy to help.

Without a valid Will…

Your beneficiaries may be burdened with an unnecessary inheritance tax liability.

If unmarried, your partner could receive no financial assistance and lose the home in which you co-habit.

Your estate may benefit people you might not choose to inherit anything.

The courts will grant guardianship of your children.

Your business could be broken up, sold or bequeathed to someone, not of your choosing.

Dependents that require long-term care might lose financial assistance.

It leaves your estate open to claims from others, resulting in avoidable costs, family tensions, and hold-ups in distributing the assets.

Your pet could be bereft of a guardian.


Your Will is one of the most important legal documents you will make in life. Using My Law Matters is an easy way of ensuring your wishes are carried out and that your possessions are passed on as you wish, whether your affairs are simple or complicated.

If you are unable to manage your own affairs, an LPA appoints someone of your choice to do it for you. Your appointed Attorney must always act in your best interest.
There are 2 types of LPA:
A Property and Financial affairs LPA enables your chosen Attorney to handle your bank accounts, investments, bills and property.
A Health and Welfare LPA enables your Attorney to make decisions about your health and welfare.


How a Lasting Power of Attorney works ?

Mrs Jones Suffers from an unexpected injury resulting in a loss of mental capacity

Without an LPA

Mrs. Jones’s family doesn’t have the legal right to make decisions for her.

  • Sole bank accounts cannot be accessed.
  • Joint bank accounts are frozen in some circumstances.
  • Bills cannot be paid with Mrs. Jones’s money.
  • Property cannot be sold, meaning co-habiting partner can’t move house if they wanted to.
  • Next of kin doesn’t have legal right to make decisions about her medical treatment.
  • Next of kin doesn’t have legal right to move personal choices, for example where Mrs Jones should live.

If you don’t plan ahead and you suffer an accident or illness which causes you to loose mental capacity. Your next of kin can only get legal authority to act on your behalf through a court order. This is a long and expensive process.

With an LPA

Mrs. Jones put LPAs in place for both financial health & welfare decisions.

  • Mrs. Jones has legally appointed an Attorney to make decisions about her finances on her behalf.
  • Bills can be paid as normal.
  • The bank recognises the chosen representative’s legal authority and no accounts are frozen.
  • Investment decisions can be made by Mrs. Jones’s representatives.
  • Property can be sold if needed.
  • Next of kin does have the legal right to make personal choices, for example where Mrs Jones should live.

By planning ahead, you can choose who should have the legal authority to make decisions on your behalf if you’re unable to make decisions for yourself. A Lasting Power of Attorney costs far less than a court order and, the people you choose can step in as soon as they’re needed.

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I always thought writing a will was a very complicated process that I had put off doing for a long time. This firm came recommended by a family friend and I can see why. They are fast and understanding and they do explain everything thoroughly, so you fully understand. Their prices are very competitive as well. Well Done My Law Matters.

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Thank you My Law Matters.

I am very impressed with the speed and efficiency this has been dealt with. It is very reassuring that everything is in place for my parents with their Lasting Power of Attorney. I tried to speak to few other firms but no one was as patient and understanding. They listened to our needs and made the whole process so much easier from start to finish.

I’ll definitely re-use them in future for other services they provide. Highly recommend this firm.