Your Trusted Partner in Will Drafting and Estate Planning

Wills Solicitors

McKenna & Co. Solicitors, we pride ourselves on delivering unparalleled legal expertise in wills and estate planning. Understanding the importance of a well-crafted will, we blend years of legal experience with a personal touch, ensuring your final wishes are honoured precisely.

Our commitment to excellence and client-focused approach sets us apart, making us the go-to firm for individuals seeking peace of mind for themselves and their families.

Wills Services

Deciding to make a will is a crucial step towards securing your family’s future and ensuring your wishes are respected. We understand the profound importance of this decision.

Our expert team is committed to guiding you through every step of the will-making process, offering clarity, confidence, and peace of mind.

Discover the key benefits of making a will with us and see how we can help you craft a document that perfectly reflects your wishes and circumstances.

Why Choose McKenna & Co. Solicitors?

Our Wills Services Include

Clarity and Certainty

A will provide clear instructions on how you want your estate to be distributed, eliminating uncertainties and minimising potential disputes among beneficiaries

Ensure your loved ones are cared for by specifying guardians for minor children and making provisions for dependents

Decide exactly how your assets are distributed, including gifts to friends, family, or charities that hold special significance to you

Without a will, your estate may be distributed according to the law of intestacy, which might not align with your personal wishes

Meet The Team

Alexandra Ryan

Alexandra Ryan

LLB (Hons)
Rachael McCormack

Rachael McCormack

Bethany Youngson

Bethany Youngson

B.B.S (Hons)
Hannah Varley

Hannah Varley

Emmanuel Olla

Emmanuel Olla

Kay Keelan

Kay Keelan

FAQ's About Wills

Why do I need a will?

A will is crucial for ensuring your assets and possessions are distributed according to your wishes upon your death. It provides clarity and peace of mind, knowing your loved ones are taken care of and your desires are respected

What happens if I die without a will?

Dying without a will (intestate) means your estate will be distributed according to predefined legal rules, which may not align with your personal wishes. This could potentially lead to disputes among heirs and may not provide for your loved ones as you had intended

Can I draft my own will, or do I need a solicitor?

While it’s possible to draft a will on your own, hiring a solicitor ensures that the will is legally valid, accurately reflects your wishes, and considers all legal and tax implications. Professional advice is especially important for complex estates or family situations

How often should I update my will?

It’s advisable to review and potentially update your will every 3-5 years or after any major life events, such as marriage, divorce, the birth of a child, or significant changes in your financial situation

What is estate planning, and how does it differ from making a will?

Estate planning is a broader process that includes the drafting of a will but also encompasses other aspects like setting up trusts, tax planning, and making arrangements for incapacity. It’s about managing your assets during your lifetime and ensuring efficient and effective transfer after your death

Can I include my digital assets in my will?

Yes, digital assets, including online accounts and digital files, can and should be included in your will. It’s important to provide clear instructions on how these should be handled, accessed, or distributed

What are the tax implications of passing on my estate?

The tax implications depend on the value of your estate and the beneficiaries. Professional advice can help minimise potential inheritance tax liabilities, ensuring more of your estate goes to your loved ones

How can Mc Kenna & Co. Solicitors assist me with will drafting and estate planning?

McKenna & Co. Solicitors offer expert will drafting and comprehensive estate planning services. Our approach is personalised, ensuring your will and estate plan align with your unique circumstances and wishes, providing peace of mind for you and your family