Do you have a current Will?
Did you know that divorce can impact on your wishes?
The importance of having a Will cannot be understated.
A Will is arguably the most important document you will ever make. Making a Will can save your loved ones from a great deal of stress and money. We can advise you on how to ensure that your loved ones are cared for in the event of your death.
Everybody should consider making a Will. A Will provides security for both your family and people close to you and may avoid unnecessary difficulties upon your death.
If your circumstances in life have changed, this could affect the validity or effect of your Will. For example:
- If you have made a Will before you married, it will automatically be revoked by law upon your marriage. This is unless changes in your relationship were contemplated and outlined in your Will;
- Should you have children or grandchildren;
- If you have purchased or sold any property after the making of your Will; or
- If your material circumstances change,
you should make a new Will.
A Will is an important document for securing the financial future for your family. It is important to protect your assets you have worked hard to accumulate and making a Will is the only way to ensure that your lifetime’s work is passed on to the people you choose.
We have a Will Questionnaire that you can fill out and send back to us to get you Will underway immediately.
Contact us to find out more or to arrange an appointment to discuss your matter with one of our Principals.