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LIVE 24-SEVEN


HARRISON CLARK RICKERBYS WHY DO I NEED TO MAKE A WILL


Every time I see an article in the press advising people to make wills it is always accompanied by the same statistic. 60% of the adult UK population have not yet made a will and whilst this might seem like a “stuck record” at times as that figure never seems to change, it really is important to understand what dying without a will may mean.


It never fails to amaze me how many times I hear people say “why do I need to make a will because I haven’t got anything to leave?” Yet a more in depth conversation with a client will highlight that these very same people usually own property; have bank accounts and more importantly children! A will is the only way you can guarantee that those people that you wish to benefit from your estate upon your death will receive your assets but with proper advice and planning there are many more benefits to making a will which are often missed.


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If you own a business; a house; have children and pets, a will is one of the most important documents you will ever sign. At Harrison Clark Rickerbys we have a passion for people and as part of the process we make time to get to know you so that we are able to tailor your will to your particular circumstances. We make sure that your intended beneficiaries are included and that their inheritance is protected as far as we can from unnecessary taxes and liabilities. A properly drafted will can ensure that your business will continue to operate after you have died; that your children are cared for appropriately through the appointment of guardians and that pets are rehomed too. As part of assisting you in making your will we look at your wider estate planning objectives. This may include the use of trusts to protect assets and mitigate your inheritance tax liability and it will most certainly include putting in place lasting powers of attorney so that decisions can be made in your best interests after you are no longer able to make them for yourself.


Harrison Clark Rickerbys boasts one of the strongest private client teams locally and as a top 75 UK law firm clients can be safe in the knowledge that the advice we give will be appropriate; clear and specific to their individual circumstances. Please do not hesitate to contact one of our specialist team members should you wish to discuss your requirements further.


Harrison Clark Rickerbys Solicitors, Cheltenham: 01242 224 422


Worcester: 01905 612 001 www.hcrlaw.com


I Hereford: 01432 349 670 I Wye Valley: 01989 562 377


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