What are the benefits of writing a will?
All wills are drafted in a way that are based on an individual’s needs and are never written on a joint basis.
For us, a single will is a basic will that takes into account the needs of only one person, and not a couple.
Even though they are basic wills, they are written to high legal standards that make them acceptable in England and Wales.
Our single will is a very powerful legal document, we have outlined the benefits of making a will below:
Sorting out your estate
A will makes it much easier for your family or friends to sort our your estate when you die. Without an appropriate will in place giving clear instructions the process will be more time consuming and stressful.
Look after your loved ones
If you don’t write a will, everything in your estate will be distributed according to intestacy laws. This might not be what you want, those who you want to gift part or all of you estate to may not benefit from anything.
Protecting Your Assets
A will that is created with the suitable structure will ensure the protection of your assets for future generations.
our passing will be a difficult time for your loved ones, planning your funeral can make things more so. By leaving funeral wishes in your will, your family can carry out your funeral exactly how you want it, this can be instructions to play your favourite song or whether you want to be buried or cremated.
It can be easy to put off, but the process may not be as difficult as you think. Talk with one of our professional advisers and we can explain the drafting process to you. We could have your will completed in no time at all.