Wills and EstatesWills and Will Drafting

If you’re thinking about Wills and Will drafting you might be wondering if you really need to get your legal affairs in order by creating a Will and, if so, exactly how you do it.

If you don’t have a Will yet and haven’t yet got your affairs in order in the event of your death don’t feel embarrassed. Many of our clients come to us because they’re in the same situation as you and haven’t got a Will in place. Others have created a Will in the past but their circumstances have now changed, most commonly through marriage, divorce or separation, so they need to create a new Will which reflects their current situation.

The great news is that, as long as you’re alive and able to make important decisions, it’s never too late to write a Will. But most people delay writing their Will because it’s hard to think about dying, to consider how your loved ones will be affected and to plan how to divide your assets to make sure everyone is taken care of in the way you wish.

But since incapacity and death are unavoidable it’s important to be responsible and plan ahead by getting a Last Will and Testament in place.