Only by making a Will can you ensure that all your assests and property will pass in accordance with your wishes.
Making a Will also provides you with the opportunity to choose who will look after your affairs when you die, as well as ensuring that you have made adequate arrangements for your children through the appointment of guardians.
Without a Will, your affairs will be dealt with according to the rules of Intestacy, which are complex and often unsatisfactory. Even in what you might think are straightforward circumstances the Intestaxy provisions can have a dramatic impact on those who you leave behind.
To ensure that you receive appropriate advice, contact us to discuss your wishes.