Making a Will, Executries & Trusts

Making a will ensures that when you die your estate is shared according to your wishes. It is even more important if you have children, you own property or have savings, investments, insurance policies or you own a business.

Have you made a Will? If not, your widowed spouse or partner might not inherit your property, or have any legal entitlements. Your home might have to be sold, or your children might not receive anything from your estate.

In any event, it is important to ensure that your Will is kept up-to-date and that all relevant tax and inheritance matters are reviewed regularly. If you feel that your current Will needs to be reviewed, we can advise you on any alterations necessary or draw up a new Will.

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