Do you want to decide who gets your successes?
A Will is a legal declaration of an individual’s intentions as to how he or she wishes to dispose of their property after death. Once you make a Will then the legal process in dealing with your affairs will be easier and therefore less expensive. Making a Will is important.
What is a Will?
Making a Will has never been so important
Have you ever considered what would happen if your life was suddenly cut short? Legally stating your wishes and making a Will are the best ways to lift the burden from family members at such difficult and emotional times. Dying without a Will leaves your loved ones to rely on the intestacy rules. Making a Will should be a priority for everyone over 18 years.
You may think you do not need to make a Will. You may think you are too young, not wealthy enough or you may have just given it no thought to making a Will at all. However the best time to make your Will is now, to ensure those you care about are provided for.
When making a Will
Protect your family by making provisions to meet their future financial needs
Name an experienced executor who is capable of ensuring that your wishes are carried out
Name a trusted guardian for your children
Provide for any special needs of specific family members
Include gifts to charity
Secure the peace of mind of knowing that your family and other heirs will receive according to your express wishes detailed in your Will.
There has never been a more important time to make a Will.