Making a will is the single most important thing you can do.
Make sure your money and possessions go to the people or organisations you care about after you die.
Surprisingly, nearly seven out of ten people still haven’t got around to making one!
Life can take us on a journey of unexpected twists and turns. That’s why it is important to plan ahead now so that you and your family can feel safe and supported later in life. We have a dedicated team ready and waiting to:
Advise you on writing a will
Advise you on ways to minimise your estate’s liability for inheritance tax.
Advise you on dealing with the estate of someone who has died.
Reasons to make a will:
Your wishes won’t be followed without one. For example, your partner may not automatically inherit all of your money and possessions. If you are not married your partner is not automatically entitled to your estate and could be left homeless with nothing. This can also cause immediate problems and stresses over funeral and other expenses.
A will enables you to make clear, ahead of time, what should happen to your children and pets after your death.
A will allows you to make gifts – money or possessions - to people and / or organisations close to your heart.
You can often make tax savings by having a will.
To make clear your wishes for your funeral and other arrangements after death.
What's the next step?
Carolyn Monaghan is our head of Wills and Probate.
Call on 0113 290 0380 or email to arrange an initial meeting
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