- MAKING A WILL
- Lasting Powers Of Attorney
- PROPERTY TRUST
How do I make a Will?
There are many reasons for making a Will you may wish to make specific bequests, appoint guardians for your children, make charitable
donations, minimise Inheritance Tax or set up a family Trust for your loved ones. It can also protect your assets from being used to
pay for long term care costs.
Whatever your concern, making a Will can safeguard the future of those you care most about. It ensures that you continue to provide for your family even after you have gone .......it might also prevent you from paying unnecessary Inheritance Taxes to the government.
The actual Will process is simple and easy when talking to professionals like Parks Wills & Estate Planning who will guide and advise you through the whole process.
Most people who have taken the opportunity to draft a professional Will say "it gave them peace of mind and a feeling of reassurance knowing they have done the right thing for their family", and the knowledge that their assets will go to the people they care most about, whom they have chosen to benefit from their Estate.
What happens if you don't have a will?If you die without a Will, certain rules called "Intestacy Rules" will determine how your estate is distributed (for the Rules of Intestacy please click here). This allocation may not be how you would have intended your money and possessions to be disseminated; in effect the Government writes your Will for you.