Having a Will ensures that your estate goes to those you wish to benefit.
For young potential beneficiaries, a trust can be set up to protect the assets for them. Wills can also specify legal guardians for your children.
A Will could reduce the tax burden on your estate. It can also deal with second marriages by providing for your spouse during his or her lifetime and ensuring your children still benefit.
Having no Will, or even a poorly drafted Will, can cause unnecessary distress and expense to your family at an already stressful time. We have the expertise to advise on the drafting of effective and tax efficient Wills.
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