Making a Will is generally considered to be morbid or something that the older generations do. However, life is unpredictable and it is never too early to make end of life arrangements so that your final wishes can be carried out when you die.
Many people, particularly married couples assume that their estate will automatically pass to their spouse or next of kin when they die but this is not always the case.
Not making a Will means that when you die, you are considered to have died intestate and a court will decide what happens to your assets and even any dependants you have such as minor children. Making a Will leaves very little doubt as to your intentions, gives you control and makes the process of administering the estate much more straight forward for your family.
Why choose Benson Williams?
- Free, no obligation consultation
- Home visits at times to suit you
- Over 20 years experience
- Friendly service from a dedicated advisor
- Regulated by the IPW