Q – Why should I make a Will?

A – If you die without leaving a Will your Estate will pass following the “rules of intestacy”. These rules were first drawn up 1925 and are outdated and onerous and may mean that your Estate does not pass to the people you would have chosen. By having a Will in place you can avoid the rules of intestacy, appoint people of your choice to deal with your Estate following your death and nominate those you wish to benefit.

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