1. Make life easier for family and friends – if you were to die without a will, the difficulties and stress involved in sorting out your affairs can sometimes cause distress and family disputes.
2. Ensure your possessions go where you want them to go. Without a will, everything you own will be distributed according to the rules of the law – this is often not the way you would want it to go.
3. A Will can help reduce the amount of Inheritance Tax that may be payable on the value of the property and money that you leave behind.
4. If you have children or other people who depend on you financially, or if you would like to leave money to someone outside your family, it is especially important for you to make a will.
If any of the reasons above apply to you and you have not yet taken steps towards getting your estate planning in order, don’t hesitate to give me a call today on 0800 610 1131 to book a consultation.