So you don’t have a will because:
- I just never got round to it
- I don’t need one
- It’s too expensive
- It’s tempting fate!
The truth is that no excuse is good enough for failing to make a will. If you die without making a Will then the Law will dictate how your Estate is to be distributed – which may not be in accordance with your wishes or your family’s needs. It is all so much clearer and easier for family and friends if there is a Will which clearly sets out your wishes.
Even if you feel you don’t have valuable assets to leave, a Will is necessary for a range of reasons, such as: appointing someone to deal with your affairs upon your death; making gifts of personal belongings such as jewellery; disposing of property or debts; paying inheritance taxes. So take the first step now and contact the experts at Babingtons Solicitors, as follows:
Derry~Londonderry office: Ian McCarter or Natasha McDermott at 028 7134 9531 or email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org