If I have, or plan to have children, do I need a Will?

If you are going to have, or indeed have children you need a Will to ensure they are looked after by your choice of legal guardians should you die when they are under the age of 18. Many parents also choose to protect children from inheriting wealth before they are at an age where they are likely to be responsible enough to know how to best use it.

Did you know that...

  • For births registered before December 2003, a father who has not married a mother yet is named on the Birth Certificate will not have automatic parental responsibility?
  • If you die without a Will, your children will not automatically pass to your family members?
  • If you die without a Will, the court will appoint someone to deal with your Estate, which can delay your assets being distributed, will not always mean it will be allocated fairly or how you wish and may cause further distress to your children at a time of untold grief?

What happens if I have children and die without a Will?

If you have children and die without a Will, the courts will use this intestacy quiz to decide who gets legal guardianship.

Our expert Consultants can advise you how to best ensure your loved ones, wealth and wishes are protected:

  • Protect those you care about when you die
  • Provide loved ones with the security they deserve
  • Specify who looks after your children and dependents
  • Specify who is gifted what

Why wait to write a Will? Start protecting your loved ones today.

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