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Why getting a will is important

It is so important to ensure you are prepared for all eventualities and do not leave the distribution of your estate up to the strict rules of the law and other peoples good will to distribute according to your desires. The only way to protect your assets and provide for your loved ones when you are gone is to ensure you have a properly executed will.
You should review your will at least every five years and after any major life change such as getting separated, married or divorced, having a child or moving house. It is best to deal with any major changes by getting a new will drawn up. But it is also possible to make minor changes (or ‘codicils’) to your existing will. In both cases it is best to consult a solicitor

Wills Part 1- Get Legally speaking

Wills Part 1- Get Legally speaking

An informative Podcast to listen to, hear Red Bar Law Owner & Get Legally speaking Founder Hatti Suvari and barrister Lydia Pemberton talk about who can make a Will, and why you should make a Will, whether you can make a joint Will with your partner, and the pros and cons of making a joint Read more...

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