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We all own something, be it property, car, whatever and we all want to care for our loved ones after our death. Making a will gives legal status as to what you intend to do with you assets or possessions. A will can be straightforward, but more often than not, it can be more complicated than you realise.

The principal purpose of a Will is to protect and provide for your loved ones and to allow legal effect to be given to your wishes.

It also prevents unnecessary distress and expense to those loved ones the intention of the Deceased have not been properly recorded.

If any of the following apply to you, you should give serious consideration to making a will.

  • If you are married and have children
  • If you live with your partner but you are not married
  • If a will is the only way to ensure that whatever you leave is distributed with the minimum delay
  • If you are a homeowner
  • If you set up your own business or firm
  • If you are getting divorced or separated
  • If you wish to leave some money/assets to your relatives
  • If you wish to leave some money/assets to someone with disabilities.
  • If you want to give some money/assets to a charity or a special cause.
  • If you want to reduce the tax liability on your estate allowing you to leave more to your loved ones and favourite causes.

Basically, its purpose is to protect and to provide for your loved ones. It will also prevent unnecessary distress and expense to those loved ones if a will is not made.

We all own something, be it property, car, whatever and we all want to care for our loved ones after our death. Making a will gives legal status as to what you intend to do with your assets or possessions. Normally, it is to pass them onto your loved ones but you might also have some special requests and requirements.

Making a will can be straightforward, but more often than not, it can be more complicated than you realise. And for that you need a Soliclitor to guide you through the confidential process of making a will for the benefit of your loved ones.

 
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