Making a Will is perhaps one of the most important decisions you can make, whether that’s making one for the first time or reviewing and updating an old one.

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Dying without a Will, intestacy, means that the state decides who gets what and this is unlikely to be what you would choose to happen.  As family arrangements become more diverse this can increase the risk of claims being made against your estate which leads to delay and increased cost.

We guide you through the process, advising on each step.  We work with your other advisors, such as accountants and independent financial advisors, to ensure your Will complements existing financial arrangements.

Our ‘Why make a Will‘ guide highlights things to think about.

It’s also important that you understand what happens if you die without making a Will.  Here’s our guide.

You may also find information on Living Wills and advance directives helpful.

A member of our experienced team can help.  We will advise you on the Will most appropriate to your personal circumstances to ensure that your new Will meets your wishes to preserve your wealth.

Call our Wealth Preservation enquiry line on +44 (0)203 691 2080 and we will put you in touch with a lawyer who can help.

Our clients include individuals, married couples and civil partners – in both the UK and abroad – and we regularly advise clients who have their own businesses as well as farmers and landowners.

In order to reduce the emotional stress associated with having to deal with such matters following bereavement, and to ensure that your affairs are handled in the way you would have wished,  we stress that early planning is essential. Accidents and unforeseen illness and death in themselves can be disastrous; even more so when there is no will in place.

Regardless of your age, status or the size of your estate, we will be happy to discuss the most appropriate options, from a simple Will to highly detailed trusts, and help you and your family achieve peace of mind for the future.

Call our Wealth Preservation enquiry line on +44 (0)203 691 2080 and we will put you in touch with a lawyer who can help.

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