Making a Will
- Helping you plan for the future with confidence, making sure your instructions are followed exactly as you would wish.
When thinking about how your estate will be passed on, you’ll want to know that your wishes are followed and that your estate will benefit the people and organisation that you choose.
Making a will and reviewing it on a regular basis is the only way you can guarantee that your wishes will be followed and that your estate is passed on according to your instructions.
This is just as important for younger people, particularly if you have children, as it is for older people as well as for those with business interests or agricultural property.
This is a deeply personal area of the law, sometimes with difficult emotional issues involved. So although we will always give you the best practical legal advice, we also take great care to understand your personal concerns and act with sensitivity.
Why Moore Blatch?
We can give you peace of mind and advise you on minimising your tax liabilities when you or your spouse pass away. We will put the right structures in place, so that you can plan for the future with confidence and pass assets on to your children and grandchildren in the most tax efficient way.
We can guide you through the process of writing or updating a will, always ensuring that the instructions we follow are yours, and that you are free to give them without pressure from others.
How can we help you?
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