If you have always meant to make a will, but never quite got round to it, why not get in touch today? It is almost certainly not as daunting as you think it will be and certainly not as bad as going to the dentist.

Many people now have more complicated family structures than was the case in previous generations. If:-

  • You live with your partner, but are not married or in a civil partnership, even if you have lived together for many years
  • You and/or your partner or spouse or civil partner have children from a previous relationship or children who live
    with you without being your birth children or formally adopted by you
  • Have a child with a disability
  • Live separately from your spouse or civil partner, but never divorced
  • Have children under the age of 18

then the result of dying without a will may be financially disastrous for those you love the best. With a small amount of thought and a little time, you can plan for the future and protect your family. If you jointly own your home, you can also potentially mitigate the effect of residential care charges through a property protection trust.