At a traumatic time such as the death of a loved one it is a comfort to all if a will is in place. A Will ensures that, after death, your estate (cash, property, possessions) are distributed in accordance with your wishes. A Will does not have to be too complicated or confusing, although it is important that you take expert advice from your solicitor. This avoids any unexpected issues and ensures that you leave your affairs as organised as possible. A well drafted Will can provide benefits such as tax savings but, without one, there can be a lot of unnecessary heartache as there are strict laws dictating what will happen to your estate if you die intestate –(without a Will), your partner could be forced to sell your home or it could pass into the hands of distant relatives instead of the people who are close and important to you.
Whether you’re thinking about making a new Will or making amendments to your existing Will, our experienced, thorough solicitors ensure that you will receive a fast and efficient service. Throughout the process we will make sure that you fully understand the implications of your decisions, such as:
· Who will look after your children?
· Who will deal with the administration of your estate?
· Who will inherit your savings?
· Who will receive personal possessions such as jewellery and family heirlooms?
· How your estate is divided?
· How will your funeral be paid for?
· What are the tax implications?
If you are considering making or amending a will contact us today for a no obligation chat.
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