Peace of mind for you and your loved ones
Having a will is the only way you can control the distribution of your assets when you pass away and will save those closest to you anxiety, money and time.
Reality of not having a Will
The state will control the distribution of your assets if you die intestate ( without making a will), in line with the 'Intestacy Rules'. This process can take a long time and be very expensive and stressful for your loved ones. Having a professionally prepared Will can prevent this from happening.
MAIN ADVANTAGES OF HAVING A WILL
- Affords you immediate peace of mind in the knowledge that you have provided for your family and loved ones.
- Ensures that your estate is distributed to reflect your wishes
- Permits you to appoint your own choice of Executors and Trustees to administer and protect your Estate
- Provides inheritance for unmarried and civil partners
- Allows you to appoint Guardians for your children until they grow up
- May include Trusts which provide for children from previous relationships (see Trusts)
- May include Trusts to protect vulnerable beneficiaries