A Will is the foundation of good estate planning. If you have something to leave, then you need to make a Will. Writing a Will is the only way of guaranteeing that your chosen beneficiaries inherit your estate with the minimum of fuss, and with the least possible tax being paid by your estate.
It’s critical to obtain competent legal help in drafting a Will. A Will that is poorly drafted or does not dot every ‘i’ and cross every ‘t’ can be the cause of endless trouble for your survivors.