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A Will is one of the most important legal documents a person can have. Regardless of your age, relationship status or financial situation, having a well-drafted and comprehensive Will ensures that your personal assets and estate will pass to your intended beneficiaries. It is a way to protect the future of your loved ones.

No matter what your situation is, making a Will should not be a complex process. However, failing to seek the appropriate legal advice could lead to costly mistakes. Furthermore, it might mean that your assets, finances and other possessions do not go to the people you intended them to when you die.

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Any person over the age of 18 should have a Will in place, no matter their personal circumstances, finances or property.

Your Will should be comprehensive and make considerations for every aspect of your life. Your Will should detail the following:

  • Who is to administer your estate when you die.
  • Who will be the guardian of your children (if they are minors).
  • Your wishes regarding your funeral.
  • Who will benefit from your estate.
  • Any protection for vulnerable beneficiaries.
  • Any tax payable on your estate and who is liable to pay it.

If you are looking for Will writing advice, please contact our experienced private client solicitors and chartered legal executives today on 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email reception@bowsers.co.uk. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form. 

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Bowsers Solicitors are local solicitors for the local community. We have two conveniently located offices in Wisbech and March but have the resources to support clients across Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Lincolnshire.

Our experienced lawyers take the time to fully get to know you and your circumstances so that the Will you write accurately reflects your situation and meets your wishes.

To speak to one of our friendly yet professional private client solicitors or chartered legal executives today, please call 01945 583194 (Wisbech) or 01354 652606 (March), or email reception@bowsers.co.uk. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form

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Once you have made your Will, you should continually update it when necessary to accurately reflect your life and situation. Here are some examples of when you should update your Will:

  • If you move house.
  • If you have children.
  • If you enter into a business venture.
  • If you get married, divorced or enter a cohabitation agreement.

At Bowsers Solicitors, our lawyers and chartered legal executives can support you through any of the above mentioned transactions and subsequently update your Will where relevant.

What Happens if I Die Without a Will?

Dying without a Will is known as dying intestate. This means that your possessions will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy. In this case, your family and loved ones may not receive your finances and property as you intend – the rules prioritise partners and children related to the deceased person.

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