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Wills

 

Why Make a Will?

Because:

 It gives you the opportunity to decide who benefits from your assets
 after your death.

 Making a Will is essential to safeguard your interests and those of your
 family.

 If you have children you may wish to appoint guardians.

 You need to make a Will to avoid the complex rules of intestacy.

 Making a Will offers you the opportunity to consider mitigating Tax
 liabilities for you and your family.


 


     
 Probate
 Enduring Power of Attorney
 Public Guardianship Office
 Members of the Team

 

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