Direction & Authority
Directing your estate and giving authority to your executors and guardians.
Writing a Will means you have left clear direction as to how you would want your estate to be distributed leaving you with the peace of mind that your wishes will be adhered to.
These wishes cover everything from who your Children would live with to who would manage your estate through probate all the way to who will look after poor little Mog the cat.
If you have no Will you have no say over what will happen after your death. In the UK The Laws of Intestacy apply. This is a set of rules that govern the distribution of the estate of someone who dies without testifying to their wishes in a valid Will.
Unfortunately, the rules are rather rigid and will often direct that the estate goes either completely or in-part to the wrong person/people and in some instances family members can struggle to gain guardianship over the children under 18 yrs.
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Your Will empowers people you trust to deal with all of these issues and more!
Here are some of the things we ensure your Will covers (Don’t worry about the jargon, your consultant will guide you through everything during your appointment – jargon free):