ComplianceWise Legal Services

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ComplianceWise Legal Service is dedicated to providing professional Will Writing and Estate Planning services to the 70% of people who have made no provision for what will happen after they die, or if they become ill and the 30% of people who have made provisions but may not have kept them up to date.The firm is run by professional people and our aims are simple To help you and yours keep what belongs to you.To take the emotion and stress from difficult situations.  To lessen the Inheritance Tax burden on death.To smooth the transition between the generations of a family. To ensure you keep control of your decisions. To add clarity and save confusion. To make sure your wishes are carried out.They do this quickly and efficiently and to the highest standards of professionalism, ensuring that when you make your Will, they put together a package of measures tailor made to suit your circumstances. Everything that they do is explained and written in plain English with a minimum of legal jargon and Latin so that you can easily read and understand you own instructions.   If you need our help then call us today 0208 472 2624 or E-mail [email protected]

WHY YOU SHOULD MAKE A WILL Making a Will is the only way to ensure that your wishes are carried out after your death.If you have not made a valid Will, your property will pass according to the Law of Intestacy. This may not be what you would have wished and it is likely to take longer to finalise than if you had made a Will. During this time your beneficiaries may not be able to draw any money from your estate which could cause distress for your relatives. If you are married, don't assume 'my other half will get everything', your Parents, Brothers and Sisters may have a claim on your estate and often your children have a right to part of your estate. If you are living as a couple but not officially married, you may be treated as a single person and a surviving partner may get nothing at all.If you are married or in a civil partnership a correctly worded will for each partner is universally acknowledged to be one of the most effective ways of mitigating the effects of inheritance tax on your estate. If you are single you will want your estate divided amongst friends, relatives and charities of your choosing. If this is not done then ultimately your money may go to the state. If you are a parent, you should consider who would look after your children in the event of your death. This is particularly important in the case of one-parent families or unmarried parents living together. A valid Will nominating guardian is invaluable in such cases. If your wishes are not properly recorded, a Court may decide on the future of your children.If you are retired or if you made a Will a long time ago, it will probably need updating, Wills should be reviewed every two to three years.Making a Will lets your loved ones know that you cared enough to 'sort things out' in advance

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