Secure your future plans

If you want to be sure your wishes will be fulfilled after you die, then it’s important you have a Will.

A Will is the only way to make sure your property, savings and possessions (‘your estate’) go to the people and causes that you care about. It lets you decide how your estate should be distributed.

If you have minor children, a Will lets you direct who will care for them and act as guardian. If you have children from a previous marriage, even if they are adults, your Will can ensure that they receive an inheritance from you, while still providing for your new spouse.

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Kate Kendall
Kate KendallChartered Legal Executive
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kk@alexandergrace-law.co.uk

What is a Will?

A Will is a legal document by which a person expresses their wishes as to how their money and property is to be distributed when they die. It also names the people who are to administer the estate (‘Executors’).

A Will can also accomplish other things, such as naming guardians for infant children, setting up trusts to protect infant children from inheriting when they are too young, setting up trusts to protect disabled children, or children from previous marriages.

While some Wills are quite straightforward, in other cases a more complex Will might be required to fit your individual circumstances.

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