A Will is a formal, legal document designed to set out what you would like to happen after you die. Anyone with assets of any kind should make sure they have a Will in place as without it, the Rules of Intestacy with apply.
In this scenario any assets you have will pass to a prescribed list of individuals which could mean that people who you wanted to benefit from your estate will miss out. This could include children from a previous marriage if you have remarried and siblings, other relatives and friends. Our team regularly advise clients with drafting and updating Wills to ensure that they reflect their wishes.
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