No matter how large or small your estate, you should consider making a Will. Making a Will ensures that, when you die, your property and other possessions go to the people that you choose. A Will allows you the reassurance that your loved ones are looked after. A Will can ensure that proper arrangements are made for your dependants and you can set up a Trust to look after minor children and/or dependents. Without a Will, your property will be divided out amongst your relatives according to the rule of law, which may not be in accordance with your wishes and the process is usually more complicated and expensive than it would be with a valid Will in place. 

We can guide you through the process of making a Will in confidence and can provide you with reliable advice in relation to your individual legal and tax planning needs.

Read more in our article ‘Why Should I Make a Will?’ here.

You can also listen to Kerry Clear discussing the importance of making a Will and the consequences of not having one Newstalk’s Breakfast Show Listen now.

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