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Have you thought about what you want to happen to your property when you pass on?

Most people will want to see that their family and especially partners and children are protected.  A will is also the right place to make sure that some of what you own goes to a charity you may wish to support.  Your will may also be the right place to deal with some aspects of Tax Planning so that you can have some control over the amount of Inheritance tax which might have to be paid on your death.

It is almost invariably better, and always wise, to make a will rather than dying intestate (i.e. without a will).  All sensible people make a will even if they are young, do not have children, and have no property to speak of!


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