Taking Control; Safeguarding the Distribution of Your Assets by Making A Will
by: Miss Janine Byrne
The Importance of Making a Will
A valid will is one of the most important documents you could ever put your signature to, as the consequences of failing to make a will before you die can have far-reaching effects on the people you care about most. Despite the importance of this legal document, it is still the case that only 3 out of every 10 people make a will mainly due to lack of awareness as to why a Will is needed.
The 3 most important reasons why a Will should be made are;
Simplifying Administration Process
Intestacy & Distribution of Assets
1. Simplifying the Administration Process
Before a deceased person’s estate can be distributed to various individuals a grant of...