Even for complex Wills with Inheritance Tax Planning and Business considerations they may not cost as much as you think and with careful planning the net benefit to your estate will often easily be offset by the legal fees incurred.
Wills are important as they determine to whom your assets (collectively referred to as your Estate) pass to following your death. The Intestacy rules which deal with the transfer of these assets where a Will has not been drawn up do not always produce the results you would expect. This can cause difficulties to those left behind following your death – an additional burden which you would obviously wish to avoid. Please see our guide “What happens if you die without a Will” below.
- Registering a death
- Probate and Letters of Administration
- Powers of Attorney including Lasting Powers and Court of Protection Work