Your Will is one of the most important documents that you will ever make, it gives direction to what happens when you die. You need to consider what should go into the document, broadly speaking this includes your executors details and who the beneficiaries will be, a list of what assets you own and how you want to give them away and your funeral wishes and directions.
Many people do not consider the tax implications and the risks to their property, shares and money that inheritance tax can pose. Making your will in the right way will make sure all tax relief options have been utilised effectively.
Most couples will make Mirror Wills, so called because the two documents mirror each other’s intentions. Call us today on 01778 752 861 and make an appointment with one of our advisors to discuss your Will writing requirements.