Making A Will In Northern Ireland
It is a really important step to make a will and to think about what you want to happen with your property, money and assets when you die. It does not matter whether you are young or old, in good health or not, making a will can ensure that your wishes are carried out in the event of your death.
There are a number very good reasons to make a will, especially if you have a family as the impact on your family members can be quite negative if you die intestate (without a will).
The wills solicitors at Paschal O’Hare understand that you want the best advice when making your will. Our specialist team of wills lawyers can help you to put a will in place which will help distribute your assets to the people you love.
Why Should I Make A Will?
You should make a will because this does ensure that your wishes are carried out after you die. Everyone who was important to you and who you named in your will, will get exactly what you want them to have. This is important because it shows them that you care about them.
It can also mean that there will be no disagreements or upset between the members of your family. If you specify what your wishes are in a will, there can be no fighting over who gets what, as you have already named the people you wanted to benefit from your will.
This can be an important consideration if relationships are difficult within the family unit.
Family structures are becoming more and more complicated these days, and this is another great reason for making sure that you have a will, and also as importantly, that it is up to date.
If you have been married and have divorced, if you do not update your will and you die, you ex-partner may have a claim to your will so any changes in your personal circumstances, should also prompt you to update your will.
This is also the case if you get married and you are caring for children who are not biologically yours. If you and your spouse do not make a will, the children may not be able to be cared for by you in the event of your spouse dying.
So you can see how important making a will is, so call us today for a no obligation talk with our wills solicitors.
How Can We Help You?
As our team of specialist wills lawyers can assist you in making sure all of your personal circumstances have been taken into account when writing your will. We will talk to you in detail about the kind of things you should think about when putting together your wishes.
If you have a family, it is important to think about appointing legal guardians and what happens to the family home in the event of your death.
We will be able to discuss costs with you and offer you competitive rates for a quality will writing service by our wills solicitors.