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Drafting a Will

A will provides legal certainty for your family and friends. It also provides a legal status after you have passed for your intentions for your assets and personal possessions.

For the most part, drafting a will can be straightforward. However it can be more complicated than you realise, especially from a tax point of view in light of the reduction in inheritance tax thresholds since 2009. It is important that you consult a solicitor and Chartered Tax Adviser who can take you through the process and ensure your will is tax efficient which will ultimately benefit your family and friends.

If you would like to arrange a consultation to draft a will, you can contact us on 01 872 5255 or by email [email protected]