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Things You Should Know About A Will
A Will is a legal document and should be professionally prepared to ensure certainty of your intentions and to avoid later costs should the Will terms need to be clarified by the court.
A Will must be made freely and without any influence from anyone else. The law recognises the rights of family, and sometimes other people close to you, to share your wealth after you die. If you do not include them in your Will, those people may take action to share in your estate and, if their rights are established, your Will can be varied.
If you have entered into a Property Agreement under the Property (Relationships) Act, or have agreed to include specific provisions in your Will, this may need to be reflected in your Will. If you have a partner and your relationship is short term or you have had a previous relationship, then the provisions of the Property (Relationships) Act may need to be considered when deciding your Will terms. If you believe either of these situations could apply to you we strongly advise you to seek professional advice from us.
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