If you die without making a Will the law takes over and says how your assets will be divided.
By making a Will you can be certain your assets will pass as you want.
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Most people are worth more dead than alive. Think about the value of your home and insurances, not to mention pension and work death benefits - it all adds up.
Tax can often be avoided or reduced by carefully making a Will - so don’t give the taxman more than he is due.
Technically not, but what you write in your Will may have a different legal effect to what you meant when you wrote it.
A solicitor has the expertise to make sure your Will says exactly what you want it to. Remember, solicitors generally earn more fees from solving the problems created by home-made Wills than they do from making them in the first place.
A simple Will may be cheaper than you thought. Whatever the cost, you can't afford to get it wrong - it won’t matter to you, but your beneficiaries may suffer.
It is important to realise that your circumstances change and so does the law, so always keep your Will reviewed. We would be happy to take a look at your current Will and make sure it is right for you now.
If you are going to make a Will, you should consider the following points:
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