When you die without a will (known as dying intestate) your loved ones may run into inheritance tax wrangles, family politics and various issues they probably won’t be in a mindset to manage. And leaving an out-of-date will could mean your assets won’t go where you want them to.
If you’re thinking about retirement and safeguarding wealth for your family’s future, work with us to write a will that’s flexible enough to deal with changes in circumstance. Then you can feel confident your wishes will be met.
It’s never too early to think about a lifelong plan to protect your future and that of your loved ones and dependents. Speak to us about practical tax planning and how to prepare for future challenges. We can advise on everything from your individual wealth (including ‘non-dom’ tax) to the family as a whole.