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Temple is an established business based in Sheffield. Unlike many other will writers, practice principal, Fiona Shah has an LL.B (Honours) degree and qualified as a solicitor in 2003. Fiona trained and qualified at a leading global law firm, subsequently practising at two further national firms in Yorkshire. Fiona is an associate of the Society of Will Writers.

Email: fiona@templewills.co.uk
Phone: 0844 5499199 / 07786 035268

Why choose Temple?

Sheffield-based firm with friendly and professional service

Temple is based in Sheffield and covers the rest of Yorkshire and Derbyshire too. We offer a very friendly and professional service that has led to many happy customers so far and continues to do so.

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Why choose Temple?

The principal
is a qualified
solicitor (non-practising)

Fiona is a qualified solicitor (non-practising) unlike many other will writers. She is also an associate of the Society of Will Writers, the industry’s leading professional body.

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Why choose Temple?

Arrange an
appointment to
suit you

One of the key aspects of our service is that we are totally flexible and will arrange an appointment with you, to suit you. We will come out and see you at your convenience as we recognise that your time is precious.

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Why choose Temple?

Making your will
with us will
be pain-free

The level of expertise on offer at Temple, along with the friendly and professional service, will guarantee that the process of you making your will is as pain-free as is possible.

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Welcome to Temple

Having a valid will is one of the fundamental issues that any individual concerned with financial matters must address. Dying without a will is called ‘dying intestate’. Without a will, a persons assets will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy. Here are some of the pitfalls of dying intestate:

  • Married couples – without a will, it is not certain that your spouse will inherit all of your assets
  • Unmarried couples - without a will your partner may not receive anything. Your entire estate will probably be divided between your children; if you don't have any children then your assets will be shared between your relatives
  • Divorced or separated - make it clear whether you do/don't want your 'ex-spouse' to benefit from your estate
  • Parents of young children - by making a will you can ensure that the courts are aware of who you wish to care for your children in the event of your death. You can also decide at what age you wish your children to receive their inheritance (whether this be 18, 21 or 25)
  • Single people – the estate will be split precisely according to the rules of intestacy. If there are no relatives, the money is passed to the Crown.

Contact Temple

For more information please contact Fiona by telephone on 0844 5499199 or 07786 035268. Alternatively, you can email Fiona on fiona@templewills.co.uk