You may think your estate is not worth a great deal however making a Will enables you to

> Decide who should receive your money, property and special belongings when you die

> Appoint the guardians of your choice to care for your children in the event that the other parent is unable to do so

> Incorporate your preferred funeral arrangements

> Have peace of mind, knowing that you have relieved your family of the burden of making decisions at a stressful time

It is also important to consider inheritance tax issues, also if you do not make a will your estate will be distributed under fixed rules and it may not benefit the people who matter to you.

We strongly advise anyone who owns a property to make a Will as this is probably your main asset and you need to ensure that it passes to those who you would wish to inherit. On the issue of Probate, dealing with a deceased estate can be very traumatic, we will help you though this process offering a sympathetic approach to your particular matter. Whether the deceased left a Will or not we will help administer the Estate.