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Why make a Will

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Making a Will ensures that those who you would like to benefit actually do so, without the pain of legal wrangles. Many people may put off preparing a Will but this can present problems and undue stress for those that are left behind – from delays and disputes to costly legal bills.

In fact, you should not assume that without a Will your spouse or civil partner will automatically inherit all of your estate as only a well-prepared Will can ensure your wishes are fulfilled.

You should consider making a Will if you:

  • want to ensure you leave your property and possessions to your loved ones
  • have children, so you can legally stipulate who should look after them if you died unexpectedly
  • feel you should plan for future residential care and tax planning
  • would like to protect your assets for your family and future generations
  • would like trusted individuals to manage your property and possessions

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