Do I need a Will in Dorset, Bournemouth or Poole?
What happens if I die without a Will? Does my estate automatically go to my family?
I’m only in my 30’s, 40’s or 50’s - am I too young to make a Will?
If I do make a Will, is it possible to provide for my family when I’m gone?
These are the kind of things we don’t often like to think about, but the fact is, whatever your age if you have a house, children, savings, or a business, you should consider making a Will.
Without a Will, it’s actually the government who decide what happens to your estate when you die.
For married couples and those in a civil partnership, all of your estate will not necessarily pass to your spouse. For unmarried couples, even if you live together, you may be treated as a single person and your surviving partner may get nothing at all.
Writing a Will is also especially important if you have children. If you do not appoint a guardian, a court may decide on your children's future if you are not around.
Established in 2010, The Will Associates, have the sole purpose of helping people to protect their family, their assets and their wealth. They provide a complete range of legal documents and services including:
§ Last Will & Testament
§ Lasting Powers of Attorney
§ Protective Property Trusts
§ Family Asset Trusts
§ Severance of Tenancy
§ Funeral Plans
Wherever you are in the country you will find a highly trained consultant local to you. Katie Bennett and Sarah Herbert are consultants covering the Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole area.
As part of our service, they provide a free no obligation consultation in the comfort of your own home, so you can find out what options are available to you when putting a Will in place.
To find out more, and book your FREE consultation, please call: 0800 9930 428 or visit the The Will Associates website for more information.