The Boaters Will Company is owned and run by us Charles and Ann Foster.  You may have seen us cruising over the last few years mainly on the Staffs & Worcester and Trent & Mersey on our narrow boat Kirby Mist.

Being boaters ourselves we know the delights of living afloat.  We also understand some of the obstacles that can arise, but there is nothing that cannot be overcome.  This is why we have set up The Boaters Will Company.

We are full members of The Society of Will Writers and Estate Planning Practitioners and are bound by their client charter and code of practice. We have had our Will writing business for 10 years.

We are able to bring to the comfort of your own boat, the following services: Wills, Secure Storage of important documents, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Pre-paid Funeral Plans, Probate, Life Time Trusts and various Will Trusts WillData Will registration.

We have an office beside the Trent & Mersey by bridge 33D in Studio 2, Waterside Court, Third Avenue, Burton upon Trent. DE14 2WQ  T: 01283 566133, M: 07906 656218.  You can moor easily by br. 33D and we would love you to call in for a cup of tea and a chat.  You can also do your shopping at Morrison’s, which is a mere 10 minute walk away.  If you are unable to call in to Waterside Court, we can arrange to meet up with you somewhere. We also have another office in Hednesford, near Cannock.

Our services are are both comprehensive and cost effective for the estate planning service you require.  Even though we are centrally located in the Midlands, we can assist with worldwide property and assets.

A will, lasting powers of attorney and sound Estate Planning brings security, reassurance and above all peace of mind – not just for you, but all those who depend on you, even now and in the future. In today’s climate it is essential in such instances as: overseas property, divorce or remarriage, guardianship and long term care fees.

For further peace of mind we carry Professional Indemnity Insurance of £2.5 million per case. Also Public Liability Insurance of £5 million.

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