Why make a will?
If you die without making a will, the repercussions can be disastrous. If there is no will your assets and property will pass to people you might not expect. The rules as to who gets what can be very complicated and do not always follow common sense. There also can be unexpected tax to pay.
If you make a will, you can make sure that your money and property goes to who you really want. You can avoid the family falling out over the estate. You can decide who you want to manage your will and its distribution by appointing people you trust as your executors.
How do I make a will?
It’s not complicated and there is nor reason to be fearful of making a will. We will guide you through the process and ensure that you consider the effects of whatever you decide. Where there is the possibility of dispute after your death we can protect your wishes and minimise disruption.
“One of the kindest legacies to be made on death is simply the Will itself. It avoids the uncertainty, family anguish and friction which often follows where a deceased’s wishes are either not known or are known but are not under the rules of intestacy legally enforceable….”
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