Our expert wills & trust solicitors can advise you on all aspects of making a will, from the preparation of wills to trusts and tax planning in order to protect the inheritance of your family, now and in the future.
If you do not have a valid will, the law dictates what happens to your estate:-
- If you have no spouse or direct blood relatives your estate will go to the government.
- If you live with your partner, but are not married or have not formed a civil partnership, your partner will not receive anything unless they pursue a claim against your estate through the courts, which can be an expensive, lengthy and heartbreaking process.
- Even if you are married or are in a civil partnership, your spouse/civil partner will not always receive all of your assets; depending on the value of your estate they may have to share your estate with your children or if you have no children, your parents or brothers/sisters.
You have worked hard to obtain your assets; you have the right to choose who they go to when you die.
If you do not make a Will, this can cause confusion, anxiety and heartache for your family at a time when they are grieving, contact Eden Solicitors to help make your will.
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