Making a Will

willBy making the decision to write a Will, you are taking the first steps to ensure that your hard earned wealth is going to be taken care of and go to who you want to look after it.

Your Will can deal with any assets you have from your property and savings to deciding who is going to look after your children and how they are going to be provided for in the future together with making provisions for beneficiaries that have physical or mental disabilities and protecting them and your assets from third party claims.

We also have a wealth of experience in dealing with Business Wills and advising on who will run and deal with your business affairs after your death and we also can offer competent advice on different types of Trusts and how they work to your advantage and complex Inheritance Tax solutions can be offered and specialist marketing tools can be used to ensure you pay minimum Inheritance Tax on your death so your wealth passes onto your loved ones and not to the Taxman.

Under the current legislation, if you die without making a Will, you have no say over who will get your wealth, there is currently a list of rules known as the ‘Intestacy Rules’ that make provision on who inherits when you die. If you are married it is unwise to assume that there is an automatic right that your spouse will inherit everything, there are exemptions to this rule but if you are unmarried this can be much worse. J M Wills and Legal Services can provide you advice on this legislation and outline your personal situation in regard to this.

During your lifetime you can come across many unforeseen problems which can happen through no fault of your own, J M Wills and Legal Services can offer solutions on a number of issues no matter how simple or complex, we can also offer advice and solutions on a number of other services.