Many people think that making a Will is something you do only when you are old or do not ever consider writing a Will. It’s never too soon to think about how you would like your assets to be shared between family members, friends and other beneficiaries on your death, or even who you would want to deal with your assets should you lose capacity to do so yourself.
By making a Will, you will be able to record your wishes. Making a Will allows those who matter know exactly what should happen should the worse happen such as at what age children should inherit, for example.
Our Wills department is personable, approachable and has strong links to the local community. You will be provided with clear, pragmatic advice on your personal affairs allowing you to make the best decisions for yourself and your family.
If you do not make a Will then your estate will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy. In some circumstances, this can cause a great deal of distress for those who are left behind, and it could also cause hardship. The difficulty is that those you might wish to benefit might receive nothing. If you wish to make a Will today contact Broadway Solicitors.