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Wills And Will Writing
Wills - Many people put off making a Will for a number of reasons. Some believe that the ones they love automatically receive the inheritance, or that writing a Will is something they only need to do much later in life.
The truth is that many of us put it off until it’s too late. However, it is important to bear in mind that, if you don’t make a Will, the law decides who gets what from your estate when you die. This is called having died Intestate. There are specific rules of Intestacy which set out who will inherit. This may not be what you would have wished and in the worst case scenarios where relatives cannot be traced, your assets will be taken by the Crown.
There are many reasons for making a Will. Your Will sets out who is to benefit from your estate and what they will receive and when. It also states who will administer your estate, who will manage any trusts you set up and who will look after any children or dependants.
Drafting your Will is one of the most important responsibilities you will undertake, safeguarding your spouse/partner and your children’s futures by making sure they receive their rightful inheritance and thus eliminating the stress your loved ones will go through if a Will is not in place.
With proper advice, your lifetime’s work can be protected for the people you care about. It takes approximately one hour and then it is done, allowing you to get on with your life safe in the knowledge you have completed your Will.
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This leaflet provides a brief guide to explain some of the key considerations, uses and benefits of making a will.