Making a Will
Many people believe that when they die, their estate automatically goes to their immediate family but this isn’t always the case. If you don’t leave a Will, your estate would be distributed according to the laws of intestacy, which can lead to unintended financial consequences and emotional anxiety for your family. The absence of a Will means your estate might take longer to settle, may involve costly court proceedings and your assets may not go to the people you intended.
How our Team Can Help You
The private client team at Stuart & Stuart is here to guide you through the estate planning process, including providing advice about how to:
- protect assets for your loved ones
- ensure that your children are looked after
- minimise Inheritance Tax
- help you to deal with assets situated around the world
- make the most suitable Will to suit your family circumstances, whatever they may be
Stuart & Stuart having been making Wills for clients for over 200 years, so you know you can trust our expert and professional advice will be tailored to suit your individual needs.