No one likes to consider the possibility of death. However, at some point it’s a certainty, and not just for older people.
What is a will?
Wills are a simple and inexpensive way to ensure the proper distribution of property on death. You can also name a guardian to care for your young children in case something happens to you and the other parent.
Why make a will?
A well drafted will together with estate planning before death can help protect your family financially. Without a will a person has no say in how their estate is distributed.
Wills and estate planning
As well as an up-to-date will, effective estate planning may include a range of other personal and financial arrangements. Enduring powers of attorney, relationship property agreements and trusts are all common elements of effective estate planning.
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