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Making a will

1. A will lets you leave clear instructions about how your estate is to be distributed. Without one it is subject to the intestacy rules and may not go to the people you would have chosen.

2. A will lets you choose your own executors. If you die without one, your closest relatives will need to apply for ‘letters of administration’.

3. A will lets you appoint guardians to look after your children if they are under 18, until they come of age. You can also make financial arrangements for their benefit.

4. A will allows you to make specific bequests to individuals. These can range from items of jewellery to sums of cash.

5. If you have remarried, a will can ensure any children from your first marriage get a share of your estate.

Professional Mortgage Services recommends that you regularly revisit your will to make sure it is up to date.

Whether you want a review of your existing will or are wanting to make a new will we can refer you to an Industry professional will writer who has many years experience and will be able to advise you accordingly.

 

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