Probate legalises the process of passing money, property and possessions (your estate) to named beneficiaries or next of kin when you die. Even if you are married or in a civil partnership, your spouse or partner cannot immediately manage your estate without securing...read more
In a recent article on Will writing, we highlighted ‘not understanding what happens when someone dies without a Will’ in our 6 top reasons why people fail to make a Will. There is a common belief that a surviving spouse in marriage or partner in a civil relationship...read more
According to research carried out by Macmillan Cancer Support, nearly two-thirds of UK adults (around 31 million people) have not made a Will. People do not make a Will or put off making one until it is too late because the risks are not understood — or they believe...read more
Nobody knows what the future holds. Yet most of us think about the importance of writing a will much later than we should. We tend to think a will protects the needs of a spouse or partner, but few of us consider the impact an untimely death can have on our children....read more
Brighton Will Writers & Family Trusts
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Making a will is one of the most responsible things you can do in your life. It takes decision making away from the courts and ensures your property, savings and personal possessions are distributed to the people you choose in the manner you wish.
Once you have a will in place, you will feel a massive sense of relief. You will be safe in the knowledge you have bought order to what is often a hugely emotional situation.