Why make a will?

Where there’s a will, there’s a way…
…to make sure that:

    • You stay in control and your assets go exactly where you want them to go
    • The interests of your family and loved ones are protected
    • Inheritance tax (IHT) liability can be minimised
    • If you have children aged under 18, they’re looked after by the guardians of your choice
    • Your family assets are protected
    • You and your beneficiaries can enjoy peace of mind

….and to prevent:

    • Expensive legal wrangles over the distribution of an estate
    • Stress and squabbling amongst your family and friends
    • People inheriting your money or possessions that you wouldn’t wish to
    • Financial hardship caused by unnecessary delays in your beneficiaries receiving their inheritance.

Don’t put off making a will

28 million (57%) UK adults don’t have a will – and they’re putting their families at risk.* Find out what will happen if you die without making a will.

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