You’ve worked hard in life to build up an estate that you want your family and friends to benefit from after your death. Would you leave this gift, this comfort for loved ones, to chance? The answer, hopefully, is no.
Don’t be ignored, don’t lose your voice, and stay in control of your affairs even after you pass. A Will puts your wishes into a legally binding document making sure your voice is heard and your wishes are acted upon.
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A Single Will means you create your wishes on your own, as an individual. You don’t need to be single to use this option, but if you’re married or in a civil partnership it is best to discuss your choices with your partner. It’s OK to have different wishes and requirements, but it’s important to talk about it so there are no surprises down the line.
A Mirror Will is one that sees the content mirrored in both your and your partner’s Wills. The vast majority of the content would be the same but there is the option to make it more individual to you in certain ways, like, for example, if you want a specific type of funeral.
A good option if you’re in a marriage or civil partnership, your wishes and wants probably align anyway. A Mirror Will would simply reflect this.
You can also make a Will that focuses on decisions you might need to consider when you no longer have the mental capacity to do so. This could relate to treatment for an illness, for example. A legally binding document, it means healthcare professionals must follow the wishes stated so you get what you want even when you can’t communicate it.
A Trust Will holds assets of an estate, as opposed to them going straight to beneficiaries, after you die. There are different types of Trust Will for specific circumstances, with Property Trust Wills (ensuring property passes to who you want it to), Flexible Life Interest Trust Wills (if you’ve got assets and/or investments of large value), and Discretionary Trust Wills (where trustees are appointed to manage inheritance on behalf of a vulnerable person), all options for you to think about.
If you have any questions about which Will is right for you, our team is on hand to help and advise you based on your unique circumstances and wishes.
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