Wills

If you’re looking to write or update your own will and make it official, want to contest a will, or you need help in dealing with the affairs of a loved one who’s recently passed away, our specialist wills team at MJR Solicitors can give you the help and support you need from our offices in Bognor.

Laws surrounding all types of wills and estate planning, and inheritance tax planning can seem complicated, especially if you’ve never had to deal with it before. But as we only use plain English with as little legal jargon as possible, we’ll make the whole process as smooth and easy as we can for you - and that includes helping to minimise any inheritance tax, ensuring you can leave as much as possible to your nearest and dearest.

Working with MJR Solicitors means you’ll get all the help you need, while getting clear information and straightforward advice every step of the way. And being based in Bognor means you can benefit from the expert legal advice of a trusted and local solicitor.

For more information on our will service or to arrange an appointment, contact MJR Solicitors today:
mark@mjrsolicitors.co.uk | info@mjrsolicitors.co.uk | 01903 257477 | 07881 104 008

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