WHY WRITE A WILL?
- One Will does not “fit all” – your Will should be tailored to your personal circumstances – your life does not fit into a tick box.
- Wills allow you the opportunity to name a guardian to care for your children after your death.
- Wills can include trusts that take effect after death to provide for those vulnerable family members who need financial support when you are gone, such as children, people with disabilities and people who have lost the capacity to handle their financial affairs.
- If you hold property in more than one country, it is likely you will have to have a Will that is valid for each country to ensure your estate passes to your beneficiaries.
- Ultimately, your assets could pass to the Treasury. Last year they received £53 million from people who did not leave a Will – is this what you really want?
Why take a risk? Make an appointment to discuss or review your will today. Or visit us in the Howard Centre today, Wednesday 6 March.