WILLS PROBATE AND ESTATE
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NO ONE WANTS TO THINK ABOUT THEIR DEATH!
And no one wants to talk about it either. But thinking about what is going to happen after you are gone is extremely important. What will happen to your children? What will happen to all of your belongings? If you don’t decide all of those things right away it means your family is going to need to do it when you’re gone. If you have specific wishes then there is no guarantee your family will carry them out.
Think about what you want to happen after your death. If you have funeral arrangements planned or if you want specific funeral arrangements you will need to tell someone. If you want to be buried vs. cremated or if you would like to donate your body or organs to science there’s no way for your family to know for sure unless you tell them. The best way to tell them is by creating a will.
If you are under the age of 18 you really do not ‘own’ anything that you have. Your parents or legal guardian actually own everything you have. That means you can voice your wishes but your guardian will make the final decision. On the other hand, if you are over 18 then you own your own properties. This means you need to figure out what you want to happen to everything you own if something happens to you.
Remember that it does not matter how much you own. Even if you only own a few things you will want to voice your intentions and your wishes for your body as well. Do not forget your children either. You want to prepare your will to care for them in every way possible if something happens to you. With Mancini Legal we will make sure that everything is taken care of. We will arrange all of your affairs from lasting powers of attorney to who is going to take care of your children. Our private client department will help you arrange everything you need for estate planning, writing your will and more. All you need to do is call 01403 337337 between 9am and 10pm.
We can help with:
- Making a Will
- Dealing with Probate
- Estate Planning
- Lasting Powers of Attorney