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Will & estate

A will is one of the most underestimated documents you could possess. Most people know they should have one, but many push it to the bottom of their ‘to do’ lists. If you’ve been procrastinating, get in touch with the team at TaylorMade so we can help you with your Will and estate planning.

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What happens to your estate if you die without a valid will in place?

If you die without a will, the government will enforce a strict set of rules to determine who your estate goes to. This could see your home and money going to people you wouldn’t have chosen yourself.

Why is a will important?

Thinking about your own death is certainly not the most pleasant activity, but if you want to be certain your wishes will be met after you die, it’s essential.

By making a Will, you can ensure your loved ones will be protected financially in the event of your death. You’ll be able to decide who inherits your house, who inherits your belongings and who inherits any other wealth you’ve accumulated over the years. In some cases, writing a will before your death can prevent arguments amongst family members by removing any doubt as to who your estate should be left to. Your will can also outline your wishes for your funeral.

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Please don’t let somebody else decide what will happen to everything you own when you die.

A Will really is one of the most underestimated documents you can possess.

Everyone’s situation is different, let us help you get your affairs in order.

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How to
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Most people instruct a solicitor or professional will-writing service for help writing their will.

If you choose a solicitor, ask them to confirm their fee before you agree to use their services. Some solicitors will charge a fixed fee while others will work on an hourly rate.

In some cases, your solicitor may be able to store your will safely for you, but this may come at an extra charge. It’s important to let your executors know where your will is kept so they can obtain it in the event of your death.

If you decide to use a professional will-writer, make sure they’re a member of the Institute of Professional Willwriters before instructing them to work with you.

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If you’d like advice and guidance in writing your will, please get in touch with the team at TaylorMade. With our help you can protect your estate and ensure your loved ones have access to your home, money and most cherished possessions when you no longer need them.

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