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We all have a natural reluctance to think or contemplate about our own deaths, but it’s so important to consider the affects of leaving your family and loved ones without a will in place to control your property and affairs when you are no longer with us.

1. PROVIDING FINANCIAL SECURITY FOR LOVED ONES
Having a will in place ensures that the people you love are looked after, plus, it gives you that all important peace of mind which will be crucial during such a difficult time.

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2. SPECIFYING WISHES FOR YOUR FUNERAL
Your will allows you to include any special wishes about your funeral, including whether you want a burial or a cremation, or even if you want to donate your body to medical research.

3. AVOID INHERITANCE DISPUTES
You’re able to record your wishes and offer an explanation for why your estate and belongings are being divided. This can be taken into consideration if your will is contested, and can even prevent challenges altogether.

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How can we help?

If you’re considering a will, why not talk to our team to learn more by clicking here.

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