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Our expert Will Solicitors protect your wishes and safeguard your assets.

Writing a will provides clarity about your wishes. It ensures your estate is distributed as you intend, helping your family avoid future disputes.

Our highly experienced solicitors take steps to protect more than just your assets when you write a will. We will ensure that all your needs are met, including the protection of children and will provide guidance regarding the correct choice of executor to ensure your instructions are carried out.

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Fill out our online form and questionnaire to request a write a will estimate or LPA online. Once you receive your quote we will be in touch to book an appointment.

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Why Choose SE-Solicitors


With our belief that relationships really do matter, we’re focused on understanding you and your world more deeply.


By harnessing our collective skills, knowledge, and depth of expertise, we support you to manage the unique complexity of your personal and commercial interests in a smarter way.


Naturally strategic, we’re able to see the bigger picture, solve problems and realise opportunities more effectively.


Always responsive, with a solutions orientated mindset, we get to the heart of the matter fast, enabling you to reach positive outcomes more quickly.

Meet our Will Solicitors

Lucy Gordon, Private Client Director at SE Solicitors
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Lucy Gordon

01295 204000
Liliana Tomasulo, Senior Associate at SE Solicitors, Private Client
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Liliana Tomasulo

Senior Associate
01295 204144
Tom McInerney, Private Client at SE Solicitors
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Tom McInerney

Senior Associate
01295 204092
Julia Routen, Solicitor at SE Solicitors, Residential Property
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Julia Routen

01295 204012
David Endicott, Private Client, SE Solicitors
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David Endicott

01295 204023
Kristina Dunne, Private Client, SE-Solicitors, Bicester
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Kristina Dunne

Senior Associate
01869 222304
Aimee Bowles, Private Client at SE-Solicitors
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Aimee Bowles

Probate Executive
01295 204029

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Your questions answered. Take a look at some our frequently asked questions for more Information.

What does an executor have to do?
An Executor is the deceased’s legal representative after their death. They are responsible for carrying out the deceased’s instructions as per their Will. The Executors make arrangements for the funeral, determine whether Inheritance Tax is due and may have to apply for a Grant of Probate They should sell the deceased’s assets and pay off the liabilities. Then they pay the inheritance to the Beneficiaries named in the Will. This process is called “administering the Estate”. The Executors should prepare a set of “Estate Accounts” which is a document that provides a financial overview of the administration of the Estate.
Once I’ve made a Will do I need to make any changes to it in the future?
It is very important to ensure that your will and other will related aspects are kept as up-to-date as possible to ensure that your wishes are carried out in line with the new changes and that any alterations to your estate are correctly listed.
What is a codicil?
Codicil are addendums to wills. They are useful for minor changes to wills, such as updating names of beneficiaries after a marriage or divorce.
What happens if you die without making a Will?
If you die before you write a will (called dying “intestate”), or your Will fails because it has not been prepared correctly, then the law sets out who will inherit your assets according to a strictly ranked list of relatives. This may result in your family paying more Inheritance Tax at the time of your death than necessary and a distribution of your assets which does not reflect your wishes. If you don’t have any family, then ultimately the Crown would receive your assets.