Buntingford, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 19, 2010 -- For immediate Release
Will Drafters take the pain out of will drafting by offering you customised wills as per your needs and preferences.
Croydon, United Kingdom, November 2010 - Drafting a will, whether it's a first will or an alteration to an existing will, no longer has to be difficult. The service offered by Will Drafters, a London based service for making a will online, ensures that everyone, old and young, rich and poor, has the same experience when legalising their final wishes. That experience is of a quick, efficient and understanding realisation, in fully legally binding terms, of the last will and testament of the client.
Indeed, Will Drafters is so confident that its customers will find its making a will online service excellent that it offers a completely quibble free money back guarantee. If, after completion, a customer is not happy with his or her experience, he or she has only to return his or her will, unsigned, and all moneys will be returned without question or comment.
Getting a will drafted with Will Drafters means everything is done at the convenience of the customer. Every customer is given his or her own personal Will Advisor, who will communicate via email and phone to make sure that he or she understands exactly what the customer wishes to communicate in the event of his or her death. Will Drafters has kept abreast of all changes in tax rules, inheritance law and so on - so is legally qualified to offer advice about the best ways of disposing of an estate, to ensure maximum benefit to all the survivors of the will maker.
Will Drafters (www.willdrafters.com) offers a different way of making a will. It's easy, it's quick, it's convenient and it's completely legally binding. The service is conducted with compassion and understanding - and, unlike a "high street" solicitor, it isn't even obligatory. Money back with no obligation? It's hard to imagine a high street lawyer offering that kind of promise.
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