New Year Resolution: Get your ducks in a row

Thursday 17th January 2019

We are now half way through January and any New Year resolutions you made, may well have fallen by the wayside. However have you thought about making a Will? If you have not made a Will, now is a good time to think and act on this.  Without a Will, the law will dictate who is entitled to your estate and you may not want those people to inherit your assets.  By making a Will, it is also possible (if applicable to your circumstances) to consider inheritance tax planning and asset protection. So why not make a belated resolution about making or reviewing your Will and act on this.

Our Private Client team has many years of experience of advising people about their Wills and meetings can be made to see one of our team at any of our offices. 

If you have been considering making a Will then do not put it off any longer.  We will guide you through the process and once you have a valid Will, you will have peace of mind knowing that you have chosen the beneficiaries to whom you wish to leave your estate to. 

It is advisable to review your Will every five years (or sooner if your circumstances change) to ensure that your Will still meets your needs.  If you have a valid Will but it no longer meets your needs, then please contact us to arrange a meeting with a specialist lawyer and we will be able to advise you concerning any amendments you wish to make.

Elaine Williams,