Will Writing

Based in Cardiff, Loosemores Solicitors aim to make will writing a prompt, professional and stress-free process.

The only certain way to ensure that your spouse, partner or relative inherits what you intend is by making a will.
Despite the importance of having a will, many fail to correctly prepare one.

A badly drafted will can have unintended consequences that may lead to difficulties for your loved ones after you pass away, it is important that you use a reputable and qualified Loosemores practitioner to prepare a will that meets your needs.

Did you know?

– Without writing a will, loved ones including non-married partners have limited rights and are often left with nothing.
– In most circumstances a will that has been made prior to marriage or civil partnership is automatically revoked.
– You can use a will to appoint guardians to take care of your children.
– It is a common misconception that assets are automatically passed to a spouse or civil partner. This is not always the case.
– A will can be used to reduce the amount of inheritance tax that is payable.

Already have a will? 

We recommend your will should be reviewed every three to five years or at any time when your circumstances change.
Your will should be reviewed and updated following these circumstances:

– Marriage or civil partnership.
– Divorce or separation.
– Birth/adoption of a child/grandchild.
– Property transaction.
– Retirement.
– If any executor named in the will dies.
– A substantial change in the value of your estate

We understand that writing a will can be a daunting thought. Our specialist lawyers offer a one-to-one service, providing practical advice whilst guiding you through each step of the process. We also offer home visits when possible.

Please contact Mrs Maria Cosslett today for friendly advice on will writing.
Call 029 2080 3116 or email cosslettme@loosemores.co.uk.

Our Probate, Wills and Trusts Team
Maria Cosslett, Partner

Maria is a Partner and Head of the Private Client department at Loosemores. She joined the practice in 1979 as a legal secretary later qualifying as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executors in January 2003. She also became a STEP qualified lawyer and is an accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly and a Dementia Friend. Maria is highly experienced and specialises in all aspects of Probate applications and the administration of estates. She is also engaged and has vast experience in preparing and advising on Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection applications.

Sabrina D’Acri Davies, Solicitor

Sabrina joined the Private Client Department as a Solicitor in September 2019 shortly after qualifying in June of that year. Sabrina graduated from Swansea University in 2013 with a First-Class degree in Law and completed her training contract with a Newport-based firm working within the Residential Conveyancing and Probate Department. She carries out a variety of work that includes Probate and Estate Administration as well as advising on and preparing Wills and Trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney. Sabrina’s focus is to work with clients to ensure that they are advised appropriately, and their expectations are met whilst at the same time providing a friendly and efficient service.

Christopher Cole, Legal Assistant

Chris is a Legal Assistant who, over the years, has had several different roles in the firm. He joined the Probate team in approximately 2014 providing administrative support to Maria Cosslett in the handling of probate matters. Since joining the team he has gained considerable knowledge in the areas in which he works. He has direct and frequent contact with our clients with an informal and friendly approach.