SINGLE WILLS

We all know we should write a Will, but it’s one of those things that many don’t get around to.

Not writing a Will can mean chaos and financial worry for your family or dependants after you’ve gone. Without one, you can’t be sure that your money and property will be passed on according to your wishes.

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SET OF WILLS

It is common for couples, whether they are married or otherwise, to make Wills at the same time.

Apart from wishing to make their own wishes clear for the distribution of their own money and property on death, they may wish to have elements of their Wills similar to each other’s or dependant on the action and/or status of each other.

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WILL STORAGE

Keep your will safe. It is crucial that you take steps to store the original securely.

Once your Will has been executed, it is crucial that you take steps to store the original securely. If your original Will goes missing or is accidentally destroyed, your executors will be unable to proceed as a mere copy cannot be admitted to Probate.

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