Drafting Wills and Trusts
At Brendan Kelly Solicitors, we have a specialist team of experienced Solicitors dealing with the drafting of Wills and Trusts.
Whether your Estate is simple or complex, we form the process of making your Will as simple and straightforward as possible, to protect the things important to you.
In your Will, you decide who will administer your Estate by carefully selecting someone whom you trust and is reliable to act as your Executor. You will also decide who to appoint as the guardians of your children to care for them in the unfortunate event that they are left without parents, and you can ensure that your partner and/or children are bequeathed specific assets as you so intend.
When making your Will, you can bequeath a gift to a close friend, charity or others and you can minimise tax liability with advance tax planning, considering your loved ones’ circumstances. Remember, if you are co-habiting with your partner but not married, your partner will not have an automatic right to your property without making a Will so it is imperative that you make a Will.
If you have recently married, any Will which you have made will be automatically revoked by your marriage. Alternatively, if you have recently signed a Separation Agreement, or have been involved in Judicial Separation or Divorce proceedings, it is important to make or update your Will to reflect any changes in family circumstances. You can always make changes to your Will and at any time during your lifetime.
If you are thinking about making your Will, please do not hesitate to contact our specialist team of Will drafting Solicitors to arrange an appointment.