What is a will?
A will is a legal document that allows you to put in writing what will happen to any assets you own once you have passed away.
Will writing is one of the most important things you can do in your life. It saves friends and family the distressing event of having to sort out your estates and finances when the worst happens.
If there are problems within families it can also stop anybody from claiming something that they shouldn’t.
Who can help me write my will?
Will writing can be a complex procedure so we would always suggest getting in the professionals
A good solicitor will help you with your will writing, they can help you with many services including executor/trustee disputes, Estoppel claims, Application-interpretation and construction of wills, professional negligence actions, plus many more.
When will writing you can appoint people you trust to carry out the terms of your will, you can also appoint people that you trust to look after your children, you can state your funeral requests and anything else that you feel you would like to be put in writing.
If you die without a will in place, the government decides who gets what, if you have children under the age of 18 their future can be decided too. This just emphasizes the fact that will writing is one of the most important documents you should write.
Get a good solicitor
A good solicitor can help make the will writing procedure a whole lot easier, so do your research a find one that specializes in will writing.