Making a will ensures your money, property and possessions are dealt with according to your wishes after you pass away, and that the people that you most care about are looked after. So, at a very difficult time, it prevents additional distress for your family and friends.
Having a will is especially important if you have children under 18, as it will determine who cares for your children in your absence.
What’s more, with effective planning, having a will provides for your loved ones in a tax-efficient way.
Too many people either don’t have a will or have failed to use professional will writers. A poorly written will can cause as many problems as not having one at all. That’s why it’s important to get it right.
With experience of all types of wills - from simple to complex - at Optimal Solicitors, we pride ourselves on delivering a professional and personal will writing service.
And, because we know how important having the right will is to you, rather than confusing you with legal jargon, we provide the very best legal advice delivered in plain English.
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It’s never too early to write a will
- Dying without a valid will is called intestacy. This means that your assets will be shared between your family regardless of who you want to inherit
- If you die without a valid will, your family could suffer from financial problems, disputes and emotional distress
- Without a will, your husband, wife or civil partner may not automatically inherit everything
- If you are unmarried your partner could receive little or nothing
- If you have re-married, children from any previous relationships could be financially neglected