Many people live together and start a family without getting married or forming a civil partnership. If you die without a Will, the law will not provide for a partner who is not a spouse or civil partner – they will receive nothing.
It is crucial that you put a Will in place to set out your wishes and protect those closest to you, including any children. We have seen expensive disputes and family division as a result of failure to put in place even the most straightforward of Wills.
You should not take a chance with your family’s security and make sure you have a carefully drafted Will drawn up by experts.
Our lawyers are happy to deal with both straightforward and complicated family structures. Whether you have few assets or significant wealth, we will be able to help put your affairs in order and make sure those close to you are provided for after you have passed.