Making a Will is essential if you want to be sure of leaving your property and possessions to your loved ones – your chosen beneficiaries.
- A Will allows you to provide clarity on a whole range of practical matters.
- If you have children, it can say who should look after them if you die unexpectedly
- You can name trusted individuals to handle the administrative side of dealing with your property and possessions
- You can protect your assets for your family and future generations
- A Will can include plans for residential care and tax planning
There can be a great deal of emotional stress after the death of a loved one. And dealing with all the associated legal, tax and administrative processes can be an additional strain. Unless you’ve experienced bereavement before, you will probably be unsure just what you have to do. You’re likely to be faced with a barrage of unfamiliar terms such as Probate and Estate Administration, and have a lot of questions on matters that require immediate attention.
Dealing with someone’s affairs when they die can be complicated, confusing and lengthy, often taking months to complete. Not what you need at a distressing and emotional time. We can help you through what is a difficult time. Whether you need some advice on what steps to take in dealing with the estate of a loved one or you are looking for someone to carry out services on your behalf, we are here to help you.