You must ensure that your loved ones are cared for after your demise.
The law of Intestacy makes standard provision for the estates of those who die without a Will, but standard provision can never be as good as tailor-made provision.
A legally valid Will is the best way to make bespoke provision, to ensure that your property assets go to the people you have chosen.
If you made a Will sometime ago, changes in your personal circumstances could mean that it no longer accurately reflects your wishes.
Changes in the law may also mean that you could end up paying more inheritance tax than necessary.
With our specialist knowledge of probate, trust and tax law, we can help you to draft a Will that matches your circumstances and wishes.
Remember, it’s never too early to make a Will, but it can be very costly if you leave it too late.