Making a will
Will & probate preparation – legal consequences
Preparing a will allows you to make provision for incapacities or death, and also allows you to make financial provision for your children and spouse should anything happen to you. Probate solicitors can guide you through the process of making a will and deal with any legal or taxation issues that may arise during the process.
Preparing a will – requirements
- Making sure that you are aware of who will inherit your property after you.
- Choose carefully the property that you wish to distribute.
- Elect an executor or executrix who will professionally handle the estate matters.
- Select somebody to take care of the property of your children.
For further information on the procedure involved in drafting a will and the legal and tax issues that arise, please feel free to email us at email@example.com