Please call the office today to arrange an appointment with our will writer Graham Walker on 01424 722422.
If you do not make a will, your property will be distributed according to the Intestacy Rules when you die. This may not be what you want, so it is important that you make a will so that your assets can be distributed according to your wishes.
A will does not take effect until the testator dies, so you can revoke your will and make a new will at any time before you die.A will is automatically revoked by a subsequent marriage or civil partnership unless the will was made in contemplation of the marriage or civil partnership, so if you have got married or entered into a civil partnership since you made your will, it may no longer be valid and you may need to make a new will.
We can assist you with your will by advising you about the legal and tax implications, by drafting the will and by ensuring that your will is valid by meeting all the necessary legal requirements.
You may wish to make provision for your children or grandchildren by setting up a trust. A trust can be set up either during your lifetime or by will. You will need to appoint at least two trustees.We can help you to set up a trust and offer general advice about the tax implications.
Call us at the Hastings office 01424 722422
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