Drafting a Will
?150 plus VAT
No one likes to think about what will happen when they die. However, it is important for you to make a Will because if you do not, and die without a Will, the law on intestacy decides what happens to your property. A Will can ensure that proper arrangements are made for your dependants and that your property is distributed in the way you wish after you die, subject to certain rights of spouses and children.
Dying without a Will can lead to many problems. If you die leaving no valid Will your estate will be divided in accordance with the Laws of Intestacy which can result in complications as the laws do not account well for modern personal and family situations. These laws can have particularly disastrous consequences for unmarried partners, especially when there are children involved. Intestacy laws also stipulate that if you have no relatives your estate will pass directly to the State. Making a Will enables you to decide these things and other important matters such as your funeral arrangements or who will look after your much loved pet. This can give you peace of mind as to what will happen after you die.
What is included?
The preparation of a personal Will incorporating all of your wishes and addressing the primary areas of importance, drafted in the correct legal format.
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