It is never too early to be thinking of making a Will and to ensure that your assets and estate go to the people you wish them to. If you don’t, that may not happen. Planning for the future is not complete without making a Will and it is something you may need to re-visit many times during your life.
Making a Will is advisable for everyone, even if you feel you don’t have much to leave.
It is a vitally important document that can deal with:
• Arranging gifts to friends, charities and family
• Preparing for the future by appointing guardians or trusts for young children or grandchildren
• Ensuring you are taking full advantage of tax exemptions, allowances and reliefs
• Succession planning for business owners
Once the Will is finalised we will be happy to hold it indefinitely in our secure storage at no charge.
In making a Will, sooner rather than later, you will give not only yourself but also those you care about peace of mind. Making a Will is the only way of making sure all your wishes are carried out just the way you want.
For more information, you may want to read our frequently asked questions about making a Will or give us a call or email us for an informal chat and to make an appointment.
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