Why Do I Need A Will?
Creating a will enables you to pass clear instructions as to how your estate should be distributed when you pass away. A will doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive.
If you don’t have a will and pass away, your estate would be subject to intestacy rules and may not be distributed how you would have wanted.
Dying without having made a will is called intestacy and creates a lot of legal problems and will cause stress and worry for the people you care about.
It will also cost money to resolve and will delay any distribution of wealth to your loved ones.
It may also mean that any children are taken into care until the court can decide who their guardians should be.
How do I protect My Children When I Die?
If you’re a parent with children under 18, writing a Will enables you to appoint guardians to look after your children until they reach 18. You can also make financial arrangements for them using trusts and/or detail specific bequests or amounts of money.
How can I protect my children’s inheritance if I re-marry?
If you have re-married and have children from a previous relationship, a Will can ensure that any children from your previous marriage will be looked after financially.
We offer Will writing on a fixed fee basis so that there are no hidden charges. We’ll explain everything simply and ensure that you fully understand the decisions you make in your Will.
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