Compare Will Drafting Solicitors in Keighley
In the absence of a will, the distribution of your estate may be decided by the courts. This can be a drawn-out exercise. In drafting your will, you are making sure that your intentions are clear and binding under UK law in the event of your death.
A lawyer in Keighley can explain the options for gifts, inheritance tax liability and guardianship of minors. The lawyer can then set out in a document setting out the choices you have made for you to sign in the presence of witnesses.
Citizens Advice advise making a will with a solicitor's help when your estate has several possible claimants, such as a former spouse, when you need to make special provision for a dependent in need of ongoing care or if you share a property with someone who is not legally your spouse or civil partner.
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