Wills, Probate, Tax & Trusts Article
11 May, 2021
This week (10-16 May) is Dying Matters Awareness Week and Forbes are discussing issues surrounding death, dying and planning for your future.
One important step to prepare for dying, death and bereavement is making a Will. Many people put off making a Will because they do not like to talk about dying. There are various 'myths' around making a Will:-
Everyone should make a Will. It is also important to review your Will regularly to ensure it still reflects your wishes. You should particularly consider making or reviewing your Will at certain 'milestones' in your life; getting married, getting divorced, having children or grandchildren, or acquiring a significant asset (such as buying your first home).
At Forbes Solicitors, our team of experts will make the process as simple as possible, making you feel at ease throughout and giving you peace of mind that your affairs are in order. For more information about making a Will and planning for your future as part of Dying Matters Awareness week, contact Jane Burbidge in our Wills, Probate, Tax and Trusts department or alternatively call 01772 220 022 or send any question through to Forbes Solicitors via our online Contact Form.
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