Wills Advice for New Parents
A Will review is a vital consideration when a person first becomes a parent. Whether married or unmarried, most individuals’ Wills do not take account of future children, unless they already have at least one child. Whilst we all hope to live to see our children into adulthood and many years beyond, sadly there is always the chance that this may not happen, and it is crucial that a parent provide for the care, welfare and financial support of their children in the terms of their Will. Quite apart from the obvious wish to ensure children are now included as beneficiaries, there are a number of additional elements which become relevant to the testator (maker of the Will).
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For more information please contact Ashleigh McConnell on 01224 86 86 87 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.