Making sure that our loved ones are looked after when we are gone is something we all worry about. We are here to help you make sure your family, friends or favoured charities inherit your estate according to your wishes.
Bereavement is difficult enough but if you pass away without making a Will, as many do every year the law takes over and you have no say in who will benefit from your estate or even who will handle the administration of your estate. If you do have assets to pass on it’s therefore vitally important to have a Will in place.
It’s also essential to keep your Will up to date as things change – for example if there is a divorce or death in the family, a change to your business or you are simply looking toward passing on assets to your children and other family members.
Our specialist team can advise you on how best to pass on your assets, whether this is your first Will or you are looking to update your existing Will.
Stephens Scown LLP has ‘strength in numbers’ and handles many matters for high-net-worth clients.
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