Planning for your family’s future and providing for your loved ones after your death is paramount is making the transition easier for them.
Speak with us about preparing your Will so that your family is not put through the strain of dealing with intestacy.
What if there is no will?
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There is no one answer about what should, or should not, be in your Will and what form your Will should take. This will depend on your assets, your circumstances and your beneficiaries and we can provide you with advice about your individual circumstances in conference with you.
You should make your wishes clear to avoid confusion and conflict amongst your loved ones, all the while making sure your Will that is legally valid and binding. Doing this will protect your family and friends from costly and stressful legal disputes.
It is important to remember that a Will cannot be of used if you somehow become unable to make decisions about your finances, your medical treatment or living arrangements (for example, due to accident, injury or illness) prior to your death.
In such cases, you will need a valid Power of Attorney and/or Enduring Guardianship to make sure the person or persons who you trust to make these decisions can do so unhindered, which we can assist you with.