Why make a Will?
Without a Will -
• You cannot be sure those you would wish to benefit actually do so.
• Your spouse/civil partner will not automatically inherit all of your estate.
• 'Common Law' partner may not receive anything.
• Minor children could be taken into care whilst Guardians are appointed.
• There could be lengthy delays for your beneficiaries and disputes.
• You cannot prevent certain family members from benefiting.
• You will not be able to leave something to friends, colleagues or charities, which fall outside the Rules of Intestacy.
The five threats you face without a Will -
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The reality is that you can put off making a Will until it is too late and this poses all sorts of problems for the people left behind and could mean that some or all of your inheritance either goes to the wrong person or to the state..
July 15, 2013
Making a Will enables you to plan exactly what will happen to your property (estate) following your demise. This ensures that those you would like to benefit actually do so, in accordance with your wishes and at the same time avoiding any possible disputes between relatives.
July 10, 2013
In particular, anyone with dependant relatives, (children under the age of 18, elderly relatives or relatives with a disability who have special needs), anyone who owns property or has any type of asset which you would wish relatives, friends or charities to benefit from.
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