Why do I need a Will?
The Facts about Wills
Research has revealed that nearly half of all people with children have failed to write a Will. Making a Will can save relatives a lot of heartache and hassle at an extremely difficult time.
Writing a Will is the easiest way to ensure your wealth and estate is left to those you want and that your wishes are respected. It is incredible that an astonishing number of people postpone and put off writing their Wills. There are many elderly people who have children who have already retired and who have grandchildren and even great grandchildren that don’t have their own Will.
It is also prudent to highlight the importance of an up to date Will. We would advise reviewing your Will every 2 to 5 years or as your circumstances change.
To protect yourself and your loved ones from such distress start the simple process of making a Will today.