Everyone should make a will. It ensures that you provide for those you love after your death. If you die without a will, your property may not go to those for whom you wish to provide.
Many think they are not wealthy enough to need a will, but if they add up the value of their home, its contents, their cars, their savings and investments and their insurance policies, the total is probably more than they realise.
A will is particularly important when you need to:
Provide for your children, especially if you are divorced or separated
Make provision for a friend or partner
Make a gift to a charity
Make tax savings
Prevent extra worry to your family at the time of your death
We also advise on living wills, lasting powers of attorney, lifetime trusts, and estate planning.