Making a Will

Making a Will

Making a Will is more than a simple administrative task; it allows you to decide what happens to your assets after your death providing you with peace of mind that your wishes will be met.

If you are a parent, knowing that your children will be cared for should anything happen to you is always at the forefront of your mind. A Will enables you to outline guardianship as well as who will arrange your affairs in the future.

As with many things in life, circumstances can change. For example a birth, marriage or divorce in the family can affect your plans for the future. Therefore, once you have made a Will it is important that you continually review the contents ensuring the details are accurate. There may be a change in your financial circumstances, such as retirement or admittance to residential accommodation.

In the absence of a Will, your Estate is divided according to the ‘Intestacy Rules’. This can, and should, be avoided by making a Will.

Preparing a Will is a step in ensuring that you do not leave your family and friends with additional distress at the very time when they are at their most vulnerable.

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