Why make a will?
Planning ahead can give you the peace of mind that your loved ones can cope financially without you and, at a difficult time, helps remove the stress that monetary worries can bring. You are securing your family's future through making a will.
If you die without a Will, the Rules of Intestacy decide who will receive your property and possessions. These rules were created back in 1925, so they don’t properly reflect today’s families and modern living arrangements.
On the positive side, the Rules of Intestacy aim to take care of spouses, civil partners and biological children. However, they don’t make provisions for unmarried partners, step-children, friends, pets and charities.
The Rules of Intestacy may result in your property and possessions being inherited by those you want to inherit them but you will be leaving your family’s future undecided. Without a Will, you’ll be unable to put plans in place for your children. What’s more, you won’t be able to provide for vulnerable beneficiaries or have the opportunity to protect the value of your estate for loved ones in the future.
-Writing a will
-Setting up trusts
-Power of Attorney
-Inheritance Tax Planning
What we can offer:
The key to will planning lies in keeping it up-to-date throughout your life, and making changes to it following key events, such as births, marriages, divorce or death. As we get older our needs change, and securing your family’s future becomes more and more important. Making sure your will is up-to-date is important to us.
We understand that each client has unique needs and circumstances, and cater for this; providing them with the most suitable protection solutions in the most cost-effective way.