It is important to write a will and then to update it regularly. We recommend reviewing your will every five years, or earlier if your personal circumstances change – your relationship status changes, your family grows, or you receive an inheritance.
Whether you are making your first will, or updating your existing will, our team ensures your will is valid, represents your wishes and protect your assets. It provides instructions on who will oversee your estate, who looks after your children and how your belongings are to be distributed. Without a will the Crown specifies how your belongings will be distributed without taking into account your intentions.
Meanwhile, a living will is a document that sets out to your family and medical staff in advance how you would like to be treated if you are incapacitated and unable to manage your affairs.
In both cases, preparing a will and a living will is one of the most important things you can do to safeguard your own wishes and to protect and provide for the people you love.
We are here to listen and support you.
We look at who you need to provide for.
We provide great advice.
Help to appoint executors and guardians
Structure your will to avoid complications.
Work with your executor to fulfil your wishes.