Your Will

There are various important points to consider when making your Will

  1. It makes your wishes clear to those left behind, avoiding unnecessary delays and arguments amongst relatives that can arise when a deceased person's wishes are unclear.
  2. You decide exactly who gets what and how much. This could be anything from personal belongings to pets or property.
  3. If you have children under the age of 18, you need to make a Will to nominate guardians in the event of your death.
  4. Rights of Occupation ensure loved ones can remain in the property even if it eventually passes to a different beneficiary. Disability/Vulnerable Benificiary Trusts will protect those left behind who are unable to take care of their own finances.