Most people think a Will is all about money and property and who you’re going to leave your assets to.
But a Will is really about your values and what is important to you. It is how to take care of your family. It is how to take care of your children. It is how to take care of your grandchildren. It is how you want the future to develop after you shuffle off this mortal coil.
You may want to leave everything to your spouse. You may want to leave everything to your children. You may not want to leave anything to your children because you don’t trust them. You may want to donate to charity.
Whatever you want to do, you can do in a Will. But it is important to get proper legal advice. It is important to express your wishes in the best possible way, so that nothing is left to chance. It is important to think about how your children are going to grow up, and what world they are going to grow up in. It is important to do good things.
Here is a Law Society link to some further information about Wills. The key is to get expert advice and see somebody who knows what they are doing.
If you need to update your Will, contact Greg Martin or Jacqueline Wainwright on 02 9687 9322 and we will make sure that your wishes are carried out.