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Wills and Estate Planning
It is important to make a Will regardless of the potential size of your estate. In an estate with no Will, the law of intestacy will apply, and this can be far from satisfactory for all parties.
For instance, unmarried couples cannot inherit from each other if there is no will. Even for married couples, there are limits on how much of their spouse’s estate a surviving spouse can inherit, and the administration of an intestate estate is often far more costly than the administration of an estate under a properly drafted Will.
If you have young children, one important role of a Will is to appoint guardians for them. This can be particularly important in cases where there have been matrimonial disputes. Don’t leave it to chance, particularly as making a Will is probably far cheaper than you may imagine.
Call us to discuss your specific circumstances and wishes with regards to your Will on Grimsby 01472 240 251, Louth on 01507 600 610 or Scunthorpe 01724 847 888