Too young to have a Will?

Too Young For a Will?

I am in my 30’s – surely I don’t need to consider having a Will just yet?! - This is a common question we are asked at The Will Associates.

Truth is everyone over the age of 18 should have a Will (or over 16 for servicemen and women in the armed forces).

According to The Law Society research, 73% of 16-54 year olds do not have a Will. When someone dies without leaving a Will, they are said to have died “intestate”. When that happens, their estate is divided according to the Government’s Intestacy Rules – these are likely to be very different from what any individual may expect or want. The Law Society also states that in 2013, £8,000,000 went to the Government as a direct result of people dying intestate.

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How can I make sure that my estate goes to those I care about and are responsible for?
Easy! Make a Will straight away!

The Will Associates has an experienced and dedicated team of advisors, backed up by its in-house legal team, to assist you in safeguarding everything you have worked so hard for and ensuring that it passes to your loved ones when the time comes.

The representative from The Will Associates for the Reading area is Kate Jackson. For peace of mind contact The Will Associates today on 0800 9500 700 to arrange an appointment for Kate to visit you for a no obligation meeting at a time to suit you.