Whether you are single, married, have children or not, a Will is essential.
A Will serves to distribute your property (estate), name an executor, name legal guardians for children and more. Having a Will also means that you (rather than the Law) decide who gets your property when you die.
We are all trying to adjust to a “new normal” amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, with many families and individuals approaching their affairs with an increased sense of reflection and pragmatism.
Various Specialists, particularly those working in care for the terminally ill, have urged people to have “difficult conversations” about potential treatment and wishes after death. Baroness Ilora Finlay, of Cardiff University is one of those Specialists and has said patients “must let people know now”.
It’s important (during these unpredictable and difficult times) people are protected. At MTLS we can help you protect you and your family by taking your instructions, preparing your documentation and getting it to you with clear details on how to get it signed according to the current law.