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will Writing Service in Northamptonshire
A will is one of the most important legal documents you will ever produce. Writing a will is the only way to ensure that your wishes are carried out and your estate is divided in the way that you choose.
Making a will is about protecting your
What should I include when making a will?
Before you make a will, it is worthwhile considering who you would like to include, or possibly exclude, in your will.
There may be particular members of your family, friends, pets and charities that you would like to leave some, or all of your estate to.
You will also need to consider who is going to be the executor of your will. The executor of your will is someone who will take your will and ensure that your wishes are actioned correctly.
Often, people will ask family, friends, parents or children to act as the executor of their will. However, if they are not comfortable with this or if the will is complex, you could nominate an impartial professional executor.
How do I start to write a will?
We are more than just a will writing service, we’re Estate Planners!
What happens if I don’t have a Will in place?
If you were to die without having a valid will in place, you are almost gambling that your final wishes are going to the correct place.
In this situation, your estate will be distributed under the rules of intestacy. The rules of intestacy are a predefined set of rules that govern how your estate will be shared out.
For example, you could be in a relationship but you are not married or in a civil partnership. If your partner were to pass away, you can’t inherit under the rules of intestacy.
In this case, any children of the person who passed away would inherit the estate.
If there are no surviving relatives who can inherit under the rules of intestacy, the estate passes to the Crown.
The will writing process
When you have decided who the executor of your will is going to be and how you would like your estate to be distributed, it is time to start the will writing process.
Most of us have probably come across the term “guardian” or “guardianship,” but have you ever stopped to think about whether this is something you need to put in place? As a parent, it may be something you think you may never have to consider but the safest option is to make provisions for your
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their first son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor to the world on Monday 6th May 2019. Like any new parents, now is definitely a time that they should look to reconsider their estate plans to make sure planning is up to date and no new family members will be disadvantaged. One of the
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