A survey by Standard Life* revealed that 61% of adults in the UK do not have a current will. An even higher percentage of those with a will had not reviewed it recently. The most common reasons people gave for not having a will were an inability to get round to it, that they thought they had insufficient assets to require one, that they were too young to consider one, and uncertainty about the costs involved.

A will need not be expensive or complex, and is essential to ensure your loved ones are protected if the worst should happen.

Based in Motherwell, Lanarkshire & Peebles. We provide a friendly, professional and cost effective advice service. If required we will visit you ate home, in hospital or other care environment. Married, in a Civil Partnership or co-habiting? We offer a reduced cost for writing two mirrored wills.

In some circumstances you may also wish to consider a Power of Attorney in additional to your will writing, for which we also offer a reduced combined cost.
We are also proud to support Cancer Research UK through their Free Will Service for the over 55’s.

*Standard Life Wills and Trusts Research Report 2012

For more information and informal, friendly advice please contact us on 01698 267361 or email.

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Our news

15th April 2019
new website launch

At last our new website is up and running allowing clients to access our services from all over Scotland. We will update our news section regularly with articles of interest to our clients on property and legal matters so check back regularly to see if there is anything of interest to you. Please have a […]

15th April 2019
st andrews hospice

Once again in the month of March Wrights took part in the St. Andrews Hospice Make a Will Month. We donated our time and expertise to help clients get their affairs in order, to protect their loved ones and benefit the Hospice while doing so to support the amazing work they do.

15th April 2019
ben nevis

Our conveyancing paralegal Susanne Fleming in September will climb Ben Nevis along with her nephew Greg and a large group of family to raise money to support the excellent work of the Neuroscience and Spinal Unit at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, and the Lanarkshire Traumatic Brain Injury Team. Susanne says “Greg and his parents were […]