This is a brief reference to a discussion I had with some clients, a little while time ago.

These clients were in about something else and, as usual, at the end of the business I asked them if they had Scottish Wills and Powers of Attorney.

They said they had no Wills. They couldn’t agree anything as they both had separate families and it was difficult. The way they looked at each other, I believed it!

Since they couldn’t agree, they had decided to take no action about making Wills and their respective children would inherit their respective estates.


Where you are married, the law will step in and and decide who inherits what. You may well find that not to your liking.

If you want to make that decision, you need to make a Will.

I have over 25 years of experience in helping people just like you and if your particular circumstances are straightforward, you should make a will on my website but if  for instance, you are on your second time around, you may need some bespoke assistance and so you should  consult me, at my office.

I offer a 15 minute free diagnostic interview with no strings attached and during that time we can work through the bones of your situation and come up with a plan. I have well oiled arrangements for telephone or Skype appointments and all you need to do to set one up is to telephone my office on 01955 606060 and ask for a telephone/Skype appointment. Mention the blog, please.