What you will need to keep in mind and prepare before starting.
Making a Will enables you to direct what should happen to your assets when you die. This puts you in control and ensures that your loved ones have certainty.
Everyone should have a Will, particularly if you are married or in a civil partnership, have children, own property or have a long term partner.
Most people who finalise their Wills experience a feeling of security and satisfaction in the knowledge that they have put things right.
Not having a Will is incredibly risky, even if your married. What are the risks?
A surviving spouse might inherit everything.
The family home may have to be sold.
An unmarried partner has no automatic entitlement.
Children have no automatic rights and may be disinherited.
Making a Will and taking advice ensures that you avoid the risks of not having a Will. We will guide you through everything you need to think about.