Will Writing

Making your Will gives you control over what happens to your estate after your death.  You are able to:

In short, you can make sure that everything happens according to your wishes after you are gone.

What happens if I don’t make a Will?​

If you have no Will in place when you die, your estate will be declared intestate and the government will decide how your assets will be distributed.  This will not take into account any personal circumstances and may even result in people benefitting from your estate who you would not have wished too.

The law provides some protection for spouses, civil partners and children but there is absolutely no protection for unmarried partners – even if you think you have a ‘common law marriage’.

Making a Will is not a complicated process and does not have to be expensive. By doing so now, you may save everybody a great deal of time, expense and distress after your death.

When Should you review your Will?

If you already have your Will in place, we recommended that you read through it every 3-5 years or whenever your circumstances change.

You need to make sure your Will is always up to date, accounting for important life events such as:

There may even be changes in the law that could affect your current Will.

If you would like to know more about making your Will, updating an existing Will or simply to discuss your options, get in touch with us today.

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