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Why choose us...

The entire process was painless, the service was unsurpassed – being contacted frequently and offered assistance and guidance along the way - and We know Mortgages certainly know how to identify the needs of their clients and assist them in every way!

I would highly recommend their services to anyone at any time!

Marlene Nicholls (London)

I found this company really easy to deal with. Their consultants are very professional and extremely helpful. Nothing is too much trouble and they are always trying to give you the best price but using reputable companies. I highly recommend them for any policies you might need. Thank you! Maria

Maria Marco (Lancaster)

I can highly recommend 'We Know Mortgages Ltd'. I purchased life insurance with Aviva. No hassle, straight forward and a good price too! The service was very professional and I would use them again.

Clare Robinson (Preston)

The service from We Know Mortgages comes second to none! From initial consultation to contract exchange the communication, assistance and advise from We Know Mortgages was fantastic. The portfolio of products available through We Know Mortgages is extensive saving me time and money. I fully endorse their service and would recommend We Know Mortgages to anyone looking for a mortgage, insurance or life cover.

Mark Merry (Preston)

Why Write a Will?

People commonly give three excuses for not having a Will:

  • I don’t need a Will because all my money will automatically go to my partner or children.
  • I don’t have enough money to write a Will.
  • I know I need to write a Will but I’ll do it later.

These excuses are misguided and the consequences of people dying without a Will can be horrendous for family and loved ones.

Why write a will?

If someone dies without a Will then their affairs will be settled according to the rules of Intestacy. These can be very unfair:

  • Unmarried partners are entitled to nothing
  • Married partners only get the first £250,000 or £450,000 (depending on whether or not they have children) and a life interest in half of the remainder.
  • If both parents die their children may be taken into local authority.
  • If the estate is worth more than £5000 its assets will be frozen until probate is granted which may leave the family without money to live.

Please speak to one of our advisers at We Know Mortgages Ltd and we’ll recommend you solicitors whom specialise in writing wills.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Will Writing, Inheritance Tax Planning and most forms of Buy To Let mortgage.

Contact Details

We Know Mortgages Ltd
111 Piccadilly
Ducie Street
Manchester
M1 2HY
Tel - 0161 242 6878
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