Wills & Estate Planning
People dying suddenly happens every day. The good news is that it hasn't happened to you. But in life there are no guarantees.
Without a Will your spouse may not get everything they're entitled to, as parents and siblings could be allocated a share under the rules. If you are unmarried, your partner may get nothing.
Here are 12 important reasons for making a Will. Which one is yours?
To save on inheritance tax when I die
To stop the council assessing my home to pay for care fees after I die if my spouse is taken in to care
To save a lot of trouble, expense and delay after I'm gone
To appoint a guardian to care for my young children
To make financial provision for my childrens' future welfare
My partner and I have separate children and I don't want mine to lose out
To make sure there are no arguments in the family
So my spouse's family don't get everything if we die together
We're unmarried and neither will get anything when the other dies
I don't want the courts to decide who gets what
To prevent my home from being sold while someone in my family still needs it
To make provision for my friends, favourite charities and/or pets
If you are serious about taking control of your affairs and protecting your family and your wishes act now by contacting us.
WILL WRITING IS NOT PART OF THE TAVISTOCK FINANCIAL LIMITED OFFERING AND IS OFFERED IN OUR OWN RIGHT. TAVISTOCK FINANCIAL LIMITED ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ASPECT OF OUR BUSINESS. WILL WRITING IS NOT REGULATED BY THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY.