Male and Wagland

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Male and Wagland Solicitors

  Male & Wagland    4 Barnet Rd. Potters Bar, Herts, EN6 2QT    Tel: 01707 657171  Fax: 01707 646336
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Wills, Trusts & Probate

If you care about what happens to your property after you die, you should make a will. Without one, the State directs who inherits, so your friends, favourite charities and relatives may get nothing. It is particularly important to make a will if:

  • You are not married to your partner
  • You have children
  • You have others who are dependent upon you
  • Your permanent home is not in the UK, but you own assets here
  • You have overseas property
  • You own all or part of a business

There are three main reasons why you should make a will:

  1. So that you can decide who will inherit your possessions and money. Without a will, the money may not go to the people you would like it to.
  2. When you die, your estate may be subject to Inheritance Tax. Making a will with the aid of an Inheritance Tax expert can significantly reduce the amounts your dependents will have to pay to the Government.
  3. To indicate what arrangements you would like for your children to be looked after, in the event that both parents were to die at the same time.

Male & Wagland can help you with writing your will, setting up trusts and dealing with Probate issues in the event of a close relative passing away.

You will receive personal attention, the benefit of our considerable expertise in this area, and a prompt, sympathetic service.

For a no obligation discussion please call Lindsay Bayles at Potters Bar on 01707 657171 or David Saunders at Barnet on 0208 449 9669, or contact us for a copy of a leaflet entitled 'Your guide to making a will'.


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