Still Not Made a Will?
If this is you, then read on:
The cost of making a Will can pale into insignificance when compared to the alternative which is the Laws of Intestacy.
If you’d made a Will you could have helped to speed up the process of sorting out your affairs thereby reducing the financial hardship that your loved ones may suffer.
If you’d made a Will you could have decided who gets what, particularly your spouse and loved ones.
If you’d made a Will you could have put in place safeguards to ensure that your spouse could stay in the family home as opposed to being forced to sell it to pay out intestacy entitlements.
– With a Will you can tell whoever you’ve appointed to look after your estate to comply with your wishes. This means you can leave your estate to whoever you want, you’re in control!
– With a Will you can make specific legacies to family or friends or gifts to your favourite charities.
– With a Will you can make financial provisions for your spouse (or partner) and any children.
– With a Will you can appoint suitable guardians for your children rather than leaving the decision to the Courts
– With a Will you can protect your share of your home from having to be sold to pay for the survivors future care fees, thereby still leaving assets to your family
– With a Will you can ensure the inheritance for your children or other beneficiaries should your spouse re-marry.
– With a Will you can use tax allowances to mitigate inheritance tax.
– With a Will you’ve put down on paper a set of instructions of what to do during a time when your surviving loved ones are in a state of grief and, quite probably financial turmoil.
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