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Posted on: 13 Nov, 23

We often avoid thinking about the inevitable, but planning ahead is crucial, especially when it comes to securing your loved ones’ futures. Writing a Will isn’t just a legal formality; it’s a way to ensure your assets are distributed per your wishes and your family is cared for even when you’re not around.

Understanding how to secure your assets and possessions after you pass away is essential. It’s crucial to ensure that your estate (the sum of your assets and possessions) will be distributed according to your wishes among your chosen beneficiaries, who could be family members, friends or charitable organisations.

The importance of a Will

Your estate can include personal possessions, property (both in the UK and overseas), savings, investments, insurance funds and pension funds. A Will lets you determine what happens to these assets after your death.

The reasons to make a Will

A Will clarifies who will benefit from your property and possessions (your estate) after your death...

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