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    Many people don’t make a Will because they don’t want to think about the worst happening. But if you are 18 or over it’s sensible to make a Will to make sure that you decide who inherits your estate. It is particularly important if you have children or dependants who may not be able to care for themselves.

    Making a Will would provide certainty that your children will be looked after if you die.It’s important to remember, if you’re not married to your partner and do not have a Will, your partner wouldn’t automatically receive a share of your estate.Even if you already have a Will it may need to be reviewed as your circumstances or wishes may have changed, or there may have been changes in the law since you made your Will.

    We offer an initial free 30 minute no obligation meeting to review your Will and will then provide a fixed fee based on your requirements.

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