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Making a will is one of the most important yet most straightforward things you can do to safeguard the future of your loved ones, and your business. A properly made Will reduces the chances of any disputes over your estate and ensures that your wishes are carried out.

Our specialists will work closely with you, to make sure that the process of making your Will is as simple as possible. We have extensive experience advising on all aspects of making a Will including assets in multiple jurisdictions, reducing tax, preparing for care fees, skipping a generation, business and agricultural property, succession planning and protecting vulnerable beneficiaries.

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What happens if you die without a Will?

It’s a common misconception that when you die, your assets are automatically transferred to your spouse or children. This is not true. If you die without making a Will or your Will is invalid, you will have no say in what happens to your estate.

Instead, the Rules of Intestacy will divide your estate in a pre-determined way and this may not be to the people that you wish to benefit. Equally it may not be shared in the most tax effective way.

How do I make a Will?

While you can write a Will yourself using a DIY kit obtainable from the high street it is strongly recommended that you do not go down this avenue. Too often people’s wishes are not clearly expressed or the document isn’t legally binding, which is far more expensive to resolve after death than getting it right now.

It is essential that your Will is properly prepared by a professional to avoid any confusion or disputes when you die. We can advise you on Inheritance Tax implications and on the options that are available to you as to how you can leave your assets.

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Turner Little and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. Material on this page has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.