To ensure that your wealth is passed onto your loved ones, you need to create a will.
A will not only ensures that your estate is distributed according to your wishes but can also assist in reducing an inheritance tax liability, provide added flexibility and protect your assets for your loved ones.
Home-made wills should be avoided at all costs as they often omit vital provisions required to administer your estate to your loved ones. Don’t underestimate the importance of discussing with a qualified and experienced professional what should happen to your property and money when you die. It’s not always as straightforward as you might think, and we can often suggest ideas or solutions that you might not have considered.
If a loved one has died, the thought of dealing with the administration of their estate can be a daunting prospect at what is a very difficult time. We can offer expert assistance to the family to give effect to the wishes of your loved one. We can provide as much or as little assistance as your need with the administration of an estate.