No will can mean a lack of control over what happens to your estate.

Without a proper will in place, the law decides how your estate is split up. So everything you've worked hard to build up may not go to the people you want.

This may even include your spouse; it may come as a surprise but without a proper will in place, a surviving spouse will not always automatically inherit the whole estate.

The value of financial advice when creating your will

Through really getting to know you and your circumstances, we can uncover options that you may not have considered and can guide you on how you achieve what you want.

Writing the will is often the easy bit; it's the thinking behind it that can lead to the best outcome for your loved ones during an otherwise difficult time.

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