Don’t have a Will? Not only could you be leaving the distribution of your assets up to chance, but you may also end up causing your loved ones unnecessary expense and additional stress in an already stressful time.
If you pass away without a valid Will, your assets will be distributed in accordance with the strict laws of intestacy (a set of rules determining who shares your assets). When this happens, it is not uncommon that preferred family members and friends receive nothing. By having even a basic Will, you can make your intentions clear and reduce the potential for conflict.
Not only does having a Will reduce the likelihood of conflict, but it will also reduce the costs of administering your estate. The process of administering the estate of a person who did not have a Will is often much more complicated, time consuming and expensive. By setting out your wishes in a Will, you make the process of administering your estate much easier on your loved ones, saving them and your estate from unwanted and unnecessary expenses.
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For an obligation-free discussion about preparing or updating your Will, contact the team at Denways Legal on 9100 1777, 0431 161 451 or firstname.lastname@example.org.