Making a Willis one the most important things you can do to ensure that your personal wishes are complied with after your death. If you do not make a Will then the law will take over decisions such as the appointment of administrators, who your beneficiaries should be, and what your beneficiaries will receive from your estate.
Thousands of people each year do not make adequate provision for what happens to their estate when they die resulting in disputes and arguments that cause stress and trauma which could easily have been avoided. By making a will you can ensure that your wishes are met and that the tax liability on your estate is minimised.
As specialists in Probate law we can give you professional legal advice on many issues including:
Drawing up wills
Deeds of Family Arrangement
Power of attorney
Do you have a question? Please contact our Solicitor Directors