Making a Will is an essential part of planning for the future. It’s essential, allowing you to specify who should inherit your property, financial assets and possessions.
It makes your wishes clear to those left behind, avoiding unnecessary delays and arguments amongst relatives that can arise when a deceased persons wishes are unclear.
A properly drafted Will can save your loved one’s unnecessary delays at a stressful time.
Without a Will there are a set of rules that will be followed to determine who can and will inherit. This can cause a huge amount of stress and worry for the family and friends you leave behind as well as making the process of administering your estate more complicated.