Wills

Contact: Henry Drucker
The importance of making a will cannot be overstressed. If you own a property, have a family (particularly with young children) or dependants you should make a will to ensure that your assets pass to your intended beneficiaries. This will ensure that if the worst happened the people you trust would look after the needs of your loved ones.

If you do not make a will the statutory Intestacy Rules will apply which could mean that your intended beneficiaries may not inherit in practice.

We also advise on inheritance tax planning.