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Preparing a Will is crucial if you want to be in control of what happens with your estate on death. This applies whether your estate is modest or substantial.

Why Make a Will?

  • You decide who is responsible for dealing with you estate
  • You decide how your money, property and/or possessions are divided
  • You can make provision for a partner if you are unmarried or you have an unregistered civil partnership
  • You can appoint guardians for your children if they are under 18
  • You can protect disabled dependants (often an outright lump sum payment from an estate can affect their entitlement to vital benefits)
  • You can plan effectively regarding Inheritance Tax (Inheritance Tax is charged at 40%)
  • You can support a charity.

By planning positively, you choose what happens to your estate when you die. If you have not made a Will, you can not make the decisions.

Speak to us today on 0808 278 5363 to find out how we can help. Our office doors are open should you wish to stop by to discuss your claim, or you can even get in touch with us using our online form.

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