A will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death. Making a will can also make sure you don’t pay more Inheritance Tax than you need to.
A clear, legal process
Your will should set out who will benefit from it, who will care for any children under 18 and name the appointed executor who will sort out your estate and carry out your wishes after your death.
Writing your will
You can write your own will but, should it not be straightforward you should seek advice; for example where a second spouse or stepchildren are involved, you own property overseas or wish to leave money to a dependant who cannot care for themselves.
Taking the next step
It may not seem like something you should worry about yet but, when you do decide to make the next steps, Metfriendly have often presented alongside Debbie McKnight, Director of Lifetime Wills and Trusts Limited who are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Although unaffiliated to Metfriendly, Lifetime Wills and Trusts Limited are occasionally able to offer a discount on will writing for Metfriendly members.
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