Did you know that if you die without a Will then your possessions may not pass to who you want them to? Also, you may not provide for your loved ones who need it the most. Only one in every four people in the UK have made a Will.
By drafting a Will you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after you pass.
There are lots of organizations offering quick, cheap and easy Wills. There is also the possibility that you are able to draft the Will yourself.
If you do this then your Will may not be legally valid if it does not contain the correct wording and is not witness correctly. Also, whilst you were clear on what you wanted to happen after your death the wording may not be precise enough. If this happens then there can be lengthy legal battles which can be very expensive.
We would always recommend that for your own peace of mind and that of your family that you seek legal advice to ensure that your will is what you want it to be.
Lovedays Solicitors have been drafting Wills for over 100 years and have drafted thousands of Wills.
When considering your Will we give you advice and guidance every step of the way, from how to decide about who should be your executors through to dealing with any possible Inheritance Tax liabilities.
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