Having a will is the best way to make sure that your family are provided for after you’ve gone. Without a valid will the law dictates what happens to your estate and it is unlikely that this will reflect your wishes. A will also enables you to choose guardians for your children, decide when they should receive any inheritance and make specific gifts to family, friends or charities. Making a will gives you the peace of mind that your affairs are in order and your wishes will be respected.
We are also happy to review your will with you and would recommend that you do this every 3 to 5 years to ensure that it is up to date and reflects any change in your circumstances.
We are happy to make local visits at your home, business or in hospital if you are unable to attend at any one of our offices.
For more information or advice from our Wills Solicitors please contact us.
Our specialist team have also answered a number of commonly asked questions within the below factsheets:
- Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975
- Inheritance Tax Planning
- Effect of Marriage & Divorce on a Will