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If you die without a Will, the assets that you leave will pass to your next of kin according to rules laid down by law. If you make a Will you can decide who should benefit from your estate, make arrangements for your children, and appoint Executors who will be responsible for making sure that your wishes are carried out.
Making a Will is one of the most important decisions you make in your lifetime. By making a Will you can ensure that your financial affairs can be administered with the minimum amount of distress and anxiety to your loved ones.
A Will allows a person to express their wishes and control how their property is distributed in the event of their death. For example, if you have a precious piece of jewellery or family heirloom, you can direct to whom it will pass.
We are able to offer fixed fees for our most often requested services and an hourly rate for more complex matters.
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Do not assume this, your assets will be distributed according to the rules laid down by the law
It depends on whether the house is owned as joint tenants or tenants in common. You also need to consider that your wife may have a claim against your estate if you exclude her from your will.