Wills and Trust

Firstly and most importantly is the peace of mind making a Will provides. Making a Will enables you to plan exactly what will happen to your property (estate) following your demise. This ensures that those you would like to benefit actually do so, in accordance with your wishes and at the same time avoiding any possible disputes between relatives.

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Simply Mortgage Solutions adhere to the S.T.E.P. Will Writing Code giving you peace of mind that we are doing the best possible job in helping you plan for the future.

The vast majority of people put off making a Will for a variety of reasons, either believing that the people they would wish to inherit will automatically do so, or because they don’t think it is relevant to them at this particular time.

The reality is that you can put off making a Will until it is too late and this poses all sorts of problems for the people left behind and could mean that some or all of your inheritance either goes to the wrong person or to the state.

Affording you peace of mind.

So what happens if I don’t make a Will?

This is called dying intestate There are specific rules of intestacy which set out who will inherit and by how much if you do do not leave a valid will, this may not be what you would have wished and in the worst case scenarios where relatives cannot be traced, your assets will be taken by the Crown.

Wills and Trusts are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority