Our specialist wills solicitors can advise on all aspects of drafting a will
Making a will ensures that when you die your estate is shared according to your wishes. You may have a house or flat (in the UK or abroad), shares, savings, investments as well as your personal possessions and all these assets are part of your estate
Our specialist solicitors will advise most clients to make a will particularly if they have children or have just divorced
If you die without a will then the Intestacy Rules will apply and the estate may not be divided between the people you wish to benefit.
It is important that you specify whether you want to be buried or cremated and if your children are under the age of 18 you may want to name someone as their legal guardian
You will also need to name the people you want to appoint as executors as your will who will carry out your wishes after your death.
Our specialist solicitors are here to advise you on all aspects of drafting a will
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