Without a legal background understanding the intricacies of making a Will and administering an estate can be both daunting and challenging.
Wills can be incredibly complicated documents and ultimately expensive but in most cases having a Will prepared by a professional is usually cost-effective. Your Will plays a significant role upon your death and affects those family members left behind. Whilst no one likes to think about their own mortality it is important to remember those people and so ensuring you have a clear vision of how your Will should take shape is crucial.
Picture – ‘Understanding your Will properly and being clear on how you would like your instructions carried out will go a long way in minimising any legal disputes that may arise following your death’.
Navigating the Will creation and the estate planning process can be fraught with danger. Despite this, people still go down the more ‘cost effective’ path by not involving qualified legal professionals in the process.
We’ve prepared a useful eBook on why you should not look at preparing a DIY Will as well as some other key considerations on:
- When you should review your Will
- Samples of life changes that should prompt you to review your Will
- Who will your executors be?
- Have you appointed a Guardian for children under 18?
- Do you have any funeral wishes?
- Do you want to make any specific gifts?
To download the eBook, please click on the button below.
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