Everyone should make a will.
If you die without making a will the law dictates who receives your assets and this can sometimes lead to unexpected and unfortunate consequences. Your spouse may not inherit the whole of your estate and if you are not married the law will not recognise your partner at all.
Making a will allows you to decide what happens to your estate when you die, it also prevents extra worry to your family at the time of your death.
Making a will, and reviewing it regularly, is particularly important if:
you marry – marriage usually revokes an earlier will
you need to provide for children, especially if you are divorced or separated
you wish to make a gift to charity
At Twomlows we offer detailed advice tailored to your circumstances before drafting your will and a detailed explanation of the terms used.
We send you a draft of the will to consider and we can store the final document for you.
We also provide advice with:
Inheritance Tax planning
Elderly client services
Lasting Powers of Attorney
Court of Protection
To find out how we can help you in these or other areas please telephone for an appointment at any of our offices - 01291 422753