Welcome to

Brighton Wills

Brighton Wills is an independent family-owned business founded by Mark and Jane Amos in 2014.

Jane is a fully qualified member of The Society of Will Writers who administer the industry Code of Practice — and she is regularly on-hand to meet you in the comfort of your own home and provide you with a FREE no-obligation consultation.

Our professional, yet non-stuffy approach is a testament to the 1500 plus legally compliant wills and lasting power of attorney (LPA) documents we have written for clients in Sussex and Kent since 2014.

As the number of satisfied clients choosing Brighton Wills continues to multiply, 2019 sees the opening of a second office in Godalming, Surrey to cater for increased demand.

Director Brad Mitri spent many years working overseas as a qualified independent financial adviser and brings a wealth of estate planning knowledge to our existing clients and new customers alike.


What can I expect when I get in touch?

You will be dealing with real people who have your best interests at the heart of our business.

We know that contemplating the future when you are gone is not something many of us like to do — but our clients tell us they felt a fantastic sense of relief when they finally put their affairs in order.

If you would like to receive detailed advice, we can meet you in the comfort of your own home and provide you with a FREE no-obligation consultation. It is your opportunity to learn about the many ways of protecting your future, all based on your personal circumstances.

If you have any further queries or would like to book an appointment, feel free to call on 01273 385833.

What to Consider

Passing without a will in place could leave your loved ones facing financial hardship, unbearable pressure and mounting legal fees at a time of mourning. A will helps protect your assets and relieves the debilitating worry your family could face.

Did you know that over 850,000 people in the UK are affected by dementia? Loss of mental capacity could leave you unable to access your bank account, pay your bills and maintain your home unless you have prepared a lasting power of attorney.

Probate can often seem overwhelming so close to bereavement, and the process can appear confusing, time-consuming and complicated. We can apply for a grant of probate on your behalf and administer the probate forms to relieve the pressure.

A £4000 funeral today might cost two or three times as much in the future when it’s needed. A prepaid plan lets you fix the cost at today’s prices, choose the type of funeral you want, and ensures the costs are met in full to relieve the burden on your family.