Having a Will enables you to control who inherits your assets and to choose who will administer your estate and the powers they should have rather than your property being distributed and administrators appointed according to the intestacy rules.
A carefully drafted will can also have considerable tax advantages.
Guardians for children can be appointed by Will.
When you or a loved one passes away, it can be an extremely distressing and disorientating time for those left behind.
The property and assets which belonged to the person who has died need to be collected in and then distributed to the beneficiaries who are entitled under the Will or intestacy.
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