Lawson-West's Guide to Making a Will

Lawson-West's Guide to Making a Will



From deciding funeral wishes, choosing an Executor, to deciding how to split your estate between your beneficiaries, making a Will is likely to be one of the most important documents that you make.

A Will is an important legal document that should be updated at strategic times throughout your life; when you inherit assets, have children of your own, marry, re-marry, adopt, divorce, retire and after the bereavement of a loved-one.

By making a Will, you can:

• ensure that your loved ones are reasonably cared for

• ensure that your children inherit at the right age (intestacy
rules state 18 which you may consider to be too young)

• ensure that your friends and family are provided for

• ensure that your assets and belongings go to the right people


Please find our useful 'Making a Will' Guide attached:

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Advice about Wills - How to Make a Will

Leaving a Will means you can be sure that everything will be dealt with in the way you wish following your death. Making a Will gives you enormous peace of mind. If you don't make a Will, the Intestacy Rules will govern how your estate is divided-up. They determine which of your relatives receives how much which can lead to some nasty surprises. Read more...

 

Why Use Lawson-West?

We have specialist advisers who can explain the legal jargon in understandable terms and support your needs and those affecting your business.

Get in touch today. We want to help.

Christian Jenkins
Christian Jenkins, Probate & Wills Lawyer, Lawson-West Leicester

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