01869 226760 / 07817 685043 gail@bicesterwills.co.uk

Home Visits

Bicester Wills understands that sometimes life makes it difficult for you to meet with us  at our office, we pride ourselves on our personable attitude to our clients to this end, we offer Home Visits to your home or workplace rather than you coming to us. Home visits are at no extra cost to you.

Bicester Wills will meet with you at a time that is convenient for you – this could be during the day, in the evening, or at the weekend.  Of course you are still welcome to meet with us in our office in Bicester’s town centre.

Our home visits service is available to clients who would like to discuss areas such as making a Will, setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney, creating a Trust or discussing the administration of a deceased person’s estate including applying for a Grant of Probate.

We will use our many years of experience to guide you through all the areas you need to consider – using a friendly, non-technical language that you will easily understand.

We will ‘hold your hand’ throughout the process, offering advice and guidance when required.

We charge on a fixed fee basis for all our services.

Making your will is never something to look forward to, but Gail made the whole process nice and simple

Sam F



Thank you for coming out to see us at Katharine House and for the speedy return of our Wills. We were delighted that you captured all information accurately and to our wishes.

Mrs S


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