Preparing a will with Norfolk’s Anglia Will Writers by your side ensures your future peace of mind. With our expert guidance, you can be certain that your wishes will be carried out after your death.
Your money and possessions do not automatically pass to your next of kin if you die intestate. Without a legal will, English law will determine who inherits your estate. At Anglia Will Writers, we understand that the subject of death is emotive and often avoided but making provision now will safeguard your loved ones for the years ahead.
If you are a single person:
Your estate can be divided amongst friends, relatives and charities of your choice, in the proportions that you wish.
If you are married:
Don’t assume that your spouse will inherit your estate by default. Your siblings, parents or children may have a claim. If you live with a partner and are not married, you may be treated as a single person and your surviving partner may not be a beneficiary.
If you are a parent:
Who will look after your children in the event of your death? This decision is particularly important in the case of single parent families or unmarried parents living together. If your wishes are not clearly stated, the court will make decisions on your children’s future.
If you are retired:
If your will was made some years previously, it may need updating to include additional family members or friends. You may also wish to delete persons whom you no longer want to benefit from your estate.
If you want to:
- Make proper provisions for your family and loved ones
- Leave legacies to your children/grandchildren
- Make a charitable donation
- Protect your family from Inheritance Tax
- Appoint Guardians for your children
- Leave a specific heirloom to a family member or friend
- Protect assets against future Care Home costs
Then act now – talk to Norfolk’s trusted professionals, Anglia Will Writers and let’s do the right thing for those who matter most to you.