It’s never too early to make a will

Ask yourself a question – ‘why should I make a Will?’

The answer is simple. A will protects your family, your home and your Business and provides you with peace of mind.

The problem is it is so easy to put off making a Will, and so many do, as it is not compulsory by law. However, making a Will is important, very straightforward, not frightening and provides you with that peace of mind, knowing that the things you hold dear are protected in the unfortunate event of your death.

A Will should be up-to-date and relevant, say what you wish it to and be legally valid. Ask yourself does your current Will protect your home from care costs and minimise your liability for Inheritance Tax?

You should definitely make a legally valid Will if you fall into one of the following groups of people:

  • About to MarrySigning Last Will and Testament
  • Co-habiting
  • Separated
  • Divorced

You should have a Will in place if you have:

  • Children
  • Property
  • Family Business

Once you have written your Will you should keep it up to date and review it on a regular basis.

Having a caring, friendly, qualified and regulated professional assist you in your Will creation means your wishes will be carried out and that the Government cannot make the decision on what happens to your estate.

Making a legally valid Will protects your family and your property and reduces the distress to family and friends.  For more information about why you should make a Will please take a look at the ‘Why make a Will’ page, email Karen or ring 0151 305 2305.