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Not having an up-to-date Will can cause many complications and delays for loved ones when it comes to inheriting assets. Dying intestate – the legal term for not leaving a Will – can leave considerable costs and complications for people left behind to deal with, alongside the heartache of grieving. These complications can be greater for homeowners or parents with dependent children, so the importance of writing or updating a Will is far greater for them.

It is particularly important to make or review a Will if you face a significant life event such

as marriage, having children or divorce. Your actions now will do a great deal to help your loved ones after you’re gone. Getting married or entering into a registered civil partnership will automatically revoke any Will you already have unless it made a reference to your marriage. We support and work with our clients legal professionals to make sure they are best protected.

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