Wills and Estates
A Will sets out a persons wishes as to how their estate (everything they own on the day they pass away) is to be dealt with following their death.
A Will is an extremely important document, as, if you die without a Will, your affairs become much more complex, time consuming and less cost effective to deal with.
A Will should always be reviewed, as there are many “life circumstances” which would suggest that a Will has to be changed. Examples can include divorce, an Executor (the person appointed to assist in administration of your Estate) passing away or moving a long way away, a beneficiary dying, changing your assets etc.
Additionally, Andrew has many years of experience in assisting Executors in the administration of deceased estates.