There are many reasons having a professionally drawn up Will is a good idea. These include:
Why do I need a Will?
The peace of mind knowing that everything has been done correctly with all loose ends tied up and that your wishes will be carried out after you’ve gone.
Appointing the right guardians to have the parental responsibility of your dependents or children (if minors)
Ensure adequate financial provision for those dependent on you.
Set out your funeral wishes (no matter how normal or unusual they may be).
Decide who should receive particular possessions that have a personal value, rather than all of your personal items being treated the same way.
Provide for friends or charities or other organisations in your Will, which would not benefit if you died intestate
Help prevent disputes within the family by making your wishes clear.
In some circumstances to help minimise tax consequences that your estate may incur
How We Help
Making a will and putting your affairs in order is one of the most important tasks you can carry out. To die intestate (without a Will) can result in significant problems for those left behind and may mean your final wishes are not carried out.