Experience tells us that there are many people who, for whatever reason, have yet to make a will. There is often a reluctance to give serious consideration to making a will, but without one, the statutory rules of intestacy will apply, and your friends, favourite charities and relatives may get nothing.
It is particularly important to make a will if you are not married to your partner, or if you have young children. Providing for their care if you are not around is an important and considerate decision to make.
Wills can vary from the very basic, providing for your spouse and children, to the very complex, involving inheritance tax advice, complex trusts and foreign property. No matter how much or how little you might have, with our expertise we can guide you through the process and ensure there are adequate plans and provisions in place, and giving you peace of mind.
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