The COVID-19 crisis has led many to consider whether they should get a Will done or update their current Will.
If you do not have a Will then it is important to have one drafted. Without a Will, your assets are distributed according to the Intestacy Laws. This means your estate may go to people you do not want it too. It could also lead to unnecessary inheritance tax.
Why make a Will?
- Ensure the right people inherit;
- Reduce your inheritance tax liability;
- Set guardians for your children;
- Avoid arguments after you die;
- Include charity legacies and gifts of valuable items to individuals; and
- Choose the right people to execute your estate.
How do you get one?
Our experts can help, so get in touch:
Who should get a Will?
Everyone, but particularly if you:
- Own a property;
- Have children;
- Are single;
- Are married and have assets; or
- Have a particular interest in leaving assets to certain people.
What is the process?
We are offering appointments by telephone or video call. We discuss your options for your Will and provide advice.
Once completed, you are asked to check the instructions and electronically sign. We send a draft of the documents to you to check and run through what everything means.
Further we provide signing options for you during the Covid-19 crisis.
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