MAKING A WILL is the only way to ensure that your wishes are carried out after your death. If you have not made a valid Will, your property will pass according to the rules of Intestacy. This may not be what you would have wished. In any event it is likely to take longer to finalise than if you had made a valid Will. During this time your beneficiaries may not be able to draw any money from your estate. It can mean arguments and distress for your relatives. Making a will lets your loved ones know that you cared enough to 'sort things out' in advance.
IF YOU are a single person you may wish for your estate to be distributed amongst friends; relatives; charitable bodies or institutions of your choice and in the proportions as specified by you.
IF YOU are married or in a civil partnership do not presume that your other half will get everything. Your siblings or parents may have a claim against your estate. Often, your children will have a right to part of your estate. If you are living as an unmarried couple you could be treated as a single person with your surviving partner receiving nothing at all. One thing you can be certain of - there will be arguments and disputes at a time when the family should be coping with the loss of a loved one.
IF YOU are a parent, you may wish to consider who would look after your child/children in the event of your death. This is particularly important for single-parents and unmarried fathers without parental responsibility (PR) for births prior to December 2003. A valid Will nominating guardians is invaluable in such cases. If no one knows what you would have wanted, the Court will decide on the future of your children, and it may not be what you would have wished.
IF YOU have retired maybe you made a Will a long time ago. It probably needs updating to include additional grandchildren or deletion of persons whom you no longer wish to leave anything to.
A Will brings security reassurance and above all peace of mind - not just for you, but for all those who depend on you, either now or in the future
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