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Secure your family's future and ease their burden with our Will writing service.


Our proactive planning ensures your affairs are handled as you wish, providing peace of mind, guaranteeing your estate will be distributed according to your exact wishes, saving your loved ones from uncertainty and distress.


Our personable and proficient experts, provide an excellent and transparent service specialising in Wills and Estate Planning.


Contact us today to ensure your family's well-being!

Looking To Secure Your Family's Future?

Ease Your Family's Burden with Our Will Writing Service - Secure Their Future Today


Planning for the future is essential, and our experienced team is here to guide you through the process of creating a legally binding Will tailored to your unique circumstances.

At RJM Solicitors, we understand that every individual has different wishes and priorities when it comes to their estate. Our skilled solicitors take the time to listen and understand your specific requirements, ensuring that your Will reflects your intentions accurately.

Our comprehensive Will writing service covers a range of areas, including asset distribution, guardianship provisions, charitable donations, and estate tax planning. Whether you have a complex estate or simply need a straightforward Will, our team will provide clear and expert advice to ensure that your wishes are effectively expressed and legally protected.

With our local presence on the high street, we prioritise building strong relationships with our clients. We are committed to providing a personalised service, taking into account your unique circumstances and family dynamics. Our team will offer valuable insights and solutions to address any concerns and guide you through the decision-making process with empathy and professionalism.

Drawing upon our extensive legal expertise, we stay up to date with the latest legislation and best practices, ensuring that your Will is fully compliant with current laws and regulations. Our attention to detail and meticulous approach guarantees that your Will is robust and legally binding, providing you with peace of mind.

When it comes to something as important as planning your estate, trust RJM Solicitors to deliver exceptional Will writing services tailored to your needs. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards securing your future and protecting your loved ones.

Our areas of expertise include:

  • Wills

  • Codicils

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who Is The Next of Kin When Someone Dies Without a Will?

This will depend on a number of circumstances: whether there is a surviving married or civil partner, whether there are children, grandchildren or great grandchildren.

If you are not married and you don’t have children, your parents are considered first, followed by your siblings, nieces or nephews, and extended family members.


Who Is Your Next of Kin If You’re Not Married?

If you’re not married and don’t have a will, your children are first in line to inherit your estate. This only includes your biological or adopted children. Foster and stepchildren are generally not considered next of kin in the eyes of the law. If you want them to inherit assets from your estate, you must have a valid will.


Can An Executor of a Will Also Inherit?

In short, yes, an executor can be a beneficiary of a will, in fact, it's quite normal for that to be the case. The only people who cannot be beneficiaries under a will are those who witnessed the will when the deceased signed it.

Who Distributes The Money From a Will?

Executor: After someone dies, someone (called the deceased person's 'executor' or 'administrator') must deal with their money and property (the deceased person's 'estate'). They need to pay the deceased person's taxes and debts, and distribute his or her money and property to the people entitled to it.

What Is a Will and Why Do I Need One?

A Will is a legal document that outlines how you want your assets and possessions to be distributed after your death. It allows you to ensure that your wishes are carried out and that your loved ones are taken care of. Without a will, your estate may be distributed according to the intestacy laws, which may not align with your preferences.

How Do I Create a Will?

To create a Will, you have a few options. You can consult a solicitor who can guide you through the process and ensure that your will is legally valid. It's recommended to seek legal advice to ensure it meets all legal requirements.

What Should Be Included In a Will?


A Will typically includes the following elements:

Your personal details: Full name, address, and date of birth.


Executors: People responsible for administering your estate and carrying out your wishes.

Beneficiaries: Individuals or organisations you wish to inherit your assets.

Assets and possessions: A detailed list of your assets, including property, investments, bank accounts, and personal belongings.

Guardianship: If you have children who are minors, you can appoint guardians to take care of them.

Funeral wishes: Your preferences for burial or cremation, as well as any specific funeral instructions.

Can I Change My Will Once Its Created?


Yes, you can change your will at any time as long as you are mentally competent. This can be done by creating a new will or making a codicil, which is a legal document that amends specific provisions of an existing will. It's important to keep your will up to date to reflect any significant life events or changes in your circumstances.

Is My Will Automatically Valid After I Create It?


For a Will to be valid, it must meet certain legal requirements. It must be in writing, signed by you in the presence of two witnesses who are both present at the same time, and the witnesses must also sign the Will. If these requirements are not met, the Will may be considered invalid. It's advisable to seek professional guidance to ensure your Will is legally valid and properly executed.

Your Wills Expert

Reynold Mahoney - Director

A seasoned legal professional with over 30 years experience and founder of RJM Solicitors. Dedicated to providing top-notch legal solutions and securing favourable outcomes for clients, he brings unrivalled expertise and a proven track record to every case.

Reynold RJM Solicitors Merthyr Tydfil South Wales specialise in matrimonial, divorce, last
Karen from RJM Solicitors Merthyr Tydfil South Wales specialise in matrimonial, divorce, l

Your Wills Expert

Karen Jones - Director

Karen, an experienced Solicitor with expertise in conveyancing, Wills & Probate and Lasting Power of Attorney. Trusted for her comprehensive legal knowledge and meticulous approach, she delivers industry leading services to ensure smooth property transactions, estate planning and protection of clients' interests.

Your Wills Expert

Ryan Owen - Director

Ryan, a dedicated Solicitor deeply rooted in the local community, offers comprehensive legal services across all areas of law. With a rich background of collaborating with prestigious law firms, he delivers exceptional solutions and unwavering support to clients, ensuring their legal needs are met with utmost professionalism.

Ryan Owen, RJM Solicitors Merthyr Tydfil South Wales specialise in matrimonial, divorce, l

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