Red Apple Law provide employee benefits so you may have heard about us through your employer. If you have any questions about your current benefits or want to find out more please contact us.
We have a panel of handpicked providers across the UK. All of our providers are specialists in what they do and are focused on delivering the best customer service experience. We will assign the company which is best suited to your circumstances and location.
Red Apple Law is part of the Trust Inheritance Group.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I have not received instructions on how to get started with my Will or Power of Attorney, what should I do?
If you have not received the email advising you how to get started, please email us email@example.com or call 0800 840 1663 and we will resend it to you.
I am unsure what service I need. Can I get further information?
If you need further advice before making your choices, please email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org
I need to upgrade my online service to a telephone or video appointment.
If you need to upgrade please either call us on 0800 840 1663 or email email@example.com
My voucher code will not work on the online system.
If the voucher code that was sent to you in your sign up email does not work, please follow these steps:
How do I know which option is best for me?
1 .The Online single Will option is only suitable if;
- You are not married or co-habiting, over the age of 18, can read and write the English language, intend to leave your estate in equal shares and the options in section 3 below do not apply.
2. The Online Couples Will option is only suitable if;
- You are married, in a Civil Partnership or Co-Habiting, are over the age of 18, can read and write the English language, intend to leave your estate in equal shares and the options in section 3 below do not apply.
3. A Telephone or Face to Face appointment is required if;
- You own foreign assets
- You have business or farming interests
- Your assets are over £325,000 or £650,000 for a couple
- You are excluding someone
- You are gifting your property (bricks and mortar)
- You are not leaving your estate in equal shares
- You are visually impaired.
- You are making a gift of jointly owned property to another who is not the joint owner
- One or more of your beneficiaries are vulnerable, have learning difficulties or are in receipt of (or likely to be in receipt of) state benefits
- One of your beneficiaries is involved in divorce or bankruptcy proceedings.
☎ If you are still unsure or you have a query you would like to discuss further please contact us on 0800 840 1663