Wills & Probate

It's never too early to start making a will. In fact the earlier you do it the better. Whilst you don't have to make a will by law, it's the only way to be sure that your property and possessions will be distributed as you wish after you die.

We recommend seeking legal advice when drafting a will since there are a lot of legal formalities for you to go through. If you've already got a will then you may need to update it if you've not done so lately or if you've recently had a major change in your life such as getting married, divorced or having children.

Most of us will have considered making a Will, yet only 30% of the population have done so.

When a loved one dies there are a number of important tasks that need to be completed.

  1. If there is a valid Will, then the named Executors take on responsibility to administer the estate.
  2. In the absence of a valid Will, the person is said to have died “Intestate” and the Intestacy Rules determine who can be appointed as the administrators of the estate.

We can help you make a will, and when the time comes we can help with the administration of the estate, whether a will exists or not.

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