It can be hard to think of the best place to keep your original, important documents.  We can offer secure document storage at the Archive Centre, an ISO 9001 registered firm who are fully compliant with all the secure storage obligations under Data Protection provisions.

For £20.00 per year, your paperwork can be stored at their site.  You will be given cards with your unique reference information, to enable you to access your papers at any time.  More than one card is provided so that you can ensure that the Executors to your Will, Attorneys you have appointed under an LPA, or someone else who you trust, will be able to access the paperwork should the need arise.

This storage is not just for your Will.  There may be other documents which are important to you, or which must be presented in their original form, such as property deeds.  Contact us to find out more or to arrange your secure document storage now.

Thank you very much for the fast and efficient service you provided recently in preparing a will for my client at short notice.

Having given the instructions on a Friday, I was very impressed that you provided a draft by Saturday and the final version ready for signature on Monday.

At my company we try to provide clients with prompt professional service, and I was delighted to find that you also provide this sort of service to your clients.

Needless to say I have no hesitation in recommending you to any of my clients and contacts who might need your services in the future.

Michael J

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Making a Will or LPA from home

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