Making a Will

Making a Will is one of the most important things you can do to protect your loved ones and your assets. Wills not only ensure that your assets including property, money and possessions go to those you wish to benefit, but also allows you to state your preferred funeral wishes, appoint Guardians if you have young children and leave legacies to people or charities. Contact our legal team in Kirkintilloch on 0141 778 9292 today.

Plan ahead and avoid Inheritance Tax

Failing to leave a Will may mean your estate is distributed in a manner which is not in accordance with your wishes. Additionally, it may mean that Inheritance Tax is paid out which could be avoided.

Writing a Will

The relatively simple procedure of preparing a Will removes uncertainty and brings peace of mind. After all, you take care to insure your home and its contents so why not look after your loved ones?

The Will appoints an executor who administers the distribution of your estate. The details of the Will provide concise instructions regarding funeral arrangements and other wishes, greatly increasing the speed with which matters can be dealt with.

We would recommend always having an up-to-date Will but there are particular times when we would recommend reviewing or updating your Will such as:

  • Buying your first home
  • Co-habiting with someone
  • Getting married
  • Having children
  • Separation or divorce
  • Receiving an inheritance

If you have a current Will we can review and, where necessary, update it for you.

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Contact us about a will

If you would like to speak to someone about setting up or updating your will, or if you would just like to ask a couple of question then please get in touch, we would love to speak to you. Contact us via email using the contact form below, call us on 0141 778 9292 or drop by our offices

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