In order to avoid potential difficulties and unnecessary stress for your loved ones, it is most important to make a Will. In a Will you set out how your assets are to be distributed and those whom you would like to benefit.
Setting up a Will gives you the peace of mind that you have organised your affairs and set up the appropriate arrangements for those you would like to benefit.
Wills not only deal with the division of any assets you have but can enable you to, for example, appoint Guardians for any young children, leave legacies to individuals or charities and make specific bequests to friends or family.
Setting up a Will can also include saving tax.
It is also important to review your Will from time to time particularly where there has been a change of circumstances.
Our team are very experienced in this area and will be happy to help.