Making your will in advance ensures that when you die, your assets are dealt with according to your wishes. Having it done professionally also ensures that the transfer is done in a tax-efficient way, leaving as much as possible to your loved ones.
Are you aware that many life changes can invalidate your will? Marriage, divorce or separation, the birth of a child or the death of a beneficiary could cause your will to be invalidated.
If you do not currently have a valid will in place, Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson offers a trusted solution with flexible prices.
We will ensure that
· Your assets go to the people you want them to go
· Your personal items are given to the right people
· There are legally assigned guardians for children
· Your life changes are reflected, and the will is updated accordingly
· Inheritance tax is minimised.