Death is never the cheeriest of subjects, but failing to think about what will happen to your estate when you die could leave your loved ones facing a financial and administrative nightmare. If you die without a will in place, your estate will be divided according to intestacy laws. These rules mean your estate may not be distributed as you’d want it to be.
Percentage of adults who do not have a will
Percentage of parents who do not have a will, or have one that is out of date
Percentage of those with children under 18 who have not written a will, appointed guardians or ensured their children's inheritance is secured
Percentage of adults from Australia who have not written a will
Through our partnership with St. James's Place we will provide a free consult with our in-house will writer who can address many of your questions as well as explain:
- How intestacy rules work
- What the role of an executor is
- Why you should update your will when your circumstances change
Our in-house will writer can then, with your approval, draft a will providing the peace of mind you and your family deserve.
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