We are several weeks into the 2016 now, so how are you getting on with your New Year's resolutions?
One of the top 10 New Year's Resolutions is to get more organised with things like sorting out our finances. This includes making your Will, which is just all about finances. January is a great time to get around to doing things you've been putting off, like making a Will, or a Lasting Power of Attorney, or sorting out Probate.  The good news is that it could be the easiest New Year's resolution that you actually stick to. I can help you get it done.

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The start of the year is the most popular time for couples separating. It's probably the stress of Christmas and spending lots of time with the family!

So, if you or anyone you know is separating or going through a divorce, have you thought about what happens to your Will, and what will pass on to your children or preferred beneficiaries? 

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It's a good idea to be cautious and check credentials when engaging with a professional and spending money! How do you know you can trust them?.....

APS are members of the Institute of Professional Will Writers. Further details about the IPW can be found here: http://www.ipw.org.uk/public/use-an-institute-member

We follow a code of conduct set by the IPW, which has been fully approved and endorsed by the Trading Standards Institute. A copy of this Code of Conduct will be given to you as part of our 'Terms of Engagement Agreement'.

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Have you been putting off making a Will?      WHY?   is it because......

  • You haven't got time to visit a solicitor's office? 
  • You can't escape from work during the day?
  • Are you restricted in mobility and find it hard to get out?
  • You don't trust on-line will options and want to be able to ask questions and receive proper advice from a local legal specialist? 
If you have answered 'YES' to any of the above, then I've got GOOD NEWS FOR YOU !

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We all know it costs money to get specialist legal advise, so why not save some money!
These are 4 ways to write a free will....

1. write it yourself with a DIY kit
2. search information from the internet, and download an online form
3. ask a bloke in the pub who recently did one for himself
4. visit a solicitor or call a charity for a 'FREE charity will'*

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Jenny Fothergill t/a APS Legal & Associates. 62 Molescroft Park, Beverley HU17 7HY
On Behalf of APS Legal & Associates Ltd, Head office: Worksop Turbine Innovation Centre, Shireoaks Triangle Business Park, Coach Close, Woksop, Notts S81 8AP
APS Legal & Associates is a member of the Institute of Professional Willwriters
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