Will Writing Service

Have Peace of Mind and Decide Who Gets Your Wealth

Experience effortless estate planning with AHR Group’s expert will writing service, tailored for international complexities.

Trust our experienced team to create a legally valid will that safeguards your financial future, honours your wishes, and delivers peace of mind worldwide.

Take control and make your will today.

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Why AHR Group?

Expert Legal Guidance

AHR Group’s experienced legal professionals ensure your will is meticulously crafted to comply with all legal requirements, safeguarding your assets and fulfilling your wishes.

International Wills Expertise

AHR Group’s knowledgeable team has extensive experience in dealing with international wills, ensuring that your estate planning considers cross-border complexities, inheritance laws, and tax implications, providing a seamless and comprehensive solution for globally diversified assets.

Personalised Approach

AHR Group takes the time to understand your unique financial situation, family dynamics, and estate planning goals, delivering a customised will that addresses your needs.

Comprehensive Estate Planning

AHR Group’s will writing service is part of a holistic estate planning approach, considering trusts, tax planning, and other essential aspects to create a cohesive and strategic plan for your wealth.

How Our Service Works


Schedule an initial consultation with our will writing service to discuss your estate planning goals, family dynamics, and any unique circumstances, such as international assets.

You will provide the necessary information and documentation, such as details of your assets, liabilities, beneficiaries, and any specific wishes or instructions you want to include in your will.

Our experienced will writers will create a draft of your will based on the information provided. You will then review the draft to ensure it accurately reflects your wishes. Once you are satisfied with the final version, we will prepare it for signing.

To make your will legally binding, you need to sign it in the presence of witnesses, typically two adults who are not beneficiaries of the will.

We will send you the original copy of your will.

Circumstances change over time, so it’s essential to review your will periodically and update it as needed. We can assist you with any necessary revisions to ensure your will remains current and valid.

Will Writing Advice

Speak with one of our experts during a complimentary 15-minute call, and you’ll:

  • Discover custom will solutions tailored to protect and distribute your assets.
  • Receive expert guidance to navigate the intricacies of will writing and estate planning.
  • Learn how the right will structure can align with your unique financial goals and family dynamics.

Will Writing FAQs

A will is a legal document that outlines your instructions for distributing your assets and caring for any dependents after your death.

It is a crucial element of estate planning, allowing you to express your wishes and designate beneficiaries to inherit your property, financial assets, and other possessions.

In addition to specifying how assets should be distributed, a will typically includes the appointment of an executor. The executor manages the estate, pays debts and taxes, and distributes the remaining assets to the named beneficiaries according to your wishes.

A will also allows you to appoint a guardian for your minor children, ensuring they are cared for by someone you trust.

It’s important to note that a will must meet specific legal requirements to be considered valid, including being signed by the testator (the person making the will) and witnessed by at least two individuals who are not beneficiaries of the will.

A trust and a will serve as estate planning products but have distinct structures, functions, and legal consequences.

A trust is a legal arrangement in which a trustee holds and administers assets to benefit specified beneficiaries, providing enhanced control, adaptability, confidentiality, and probate avoidance.

On the other hand, a will is a legal declaration that delineates how assets will be distributed after an individual’s passing, designating an executor to oversee the estate.

Wills take effect only after death and are subject to probate, granting less control and privacy than trusts.

The decision between a trust and a will relies on your financial objectives, family circumstances, and personal preferences. You should speak to an estate planning professional to determine the most appropriate choice.

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