Why making your Will is so important
A large number of people die without making a Will. This can lead to:
- Your loved ones not being adequately provided for.
We have significant experience in preparing Wills that deal with complex or difficult situations, particularly where second families are involved and where clients want to minimise their tax liabilities or protect their business interests.
Our team also helps people with vulnerable dependents needing extra care to reach practical and workable solutions.
Making a Will is about taking control and putting safeguards in place so that things are a little easier for those you leave behind. Essentially, a Will means that you have choices, as without one, the state takes over and makes all the decisions. We will listen to your needs and give you sound advice, including the best way to structure your Will to protect your assets for the future.
The benefits of making a Will include:
- You choose who inherits your estate.
- You choose who deals with your estate
- You choose how your children are looked after
- You may gain a tax reduction
- You are protecting your estate
Whatever your age or circumstances, we will make sure that your Will fully reflects your wishes, and gives you and those you care about, complete peace of mind. We also provide a Will review service to advise on whether it reflects your current wishes and whether it should be amended in light of changes in the law.
We make our fees clear from the start, and there are no hidden extras for storing or releasing your Will. We can also visit you at home or in hospital if you are unable to come to one of our offices.