Wills: The knowledge you need, clearly delivered
A will is a safety net for future reassurance, not just for you, but for the people who matter to you. If, like a lot of people, you’ve been putting off making a will, perhaps because it’s difficult to know where to start, we’re here to help with clear advice that will make all your decisions so much easier.
Sometimes making a will can be fairly straightforward, but when that’s not the case you can rest assured that the knowledge you need is right here and always delivered in a way that’s easy to understand.
When you’re making a will, your wishes truly matter and that’s why at Sedgwick Legal, we make sure that we listen. We’ll offer guidance and explain how the legal side of life can affect certain situations, to help you to make the choices that are right for you and your family.
Your best interests are our priority
Over the years we’ve helped clients across Middleton and North Manchester gain peace of mind with a will making service that’s individually tailored. It’s a service that involves getting to know and understand you, so that we can offer advice that meets the best interests of you and your family right across all the important aspects of life both now and into the future.
We can explain how you can make sure that there’s money available for anyone who depends on you financially and about choosing guardians to care for your children. If something may benefit you or your family, we’ll be able to advise as we learn more about you.
We work with parents of young children to prepare wills appointing guardians who will care for their children if they are still minors when their parents die. We also help to ensure that the right people will manage money for our clients’ children to provide for them until they are able to manage their money for themselves.
Many of our clients are grandparents who want to make sure that their property and savings will pass to their family in a tax efficient way and will be available to help to pay for their grandchildren’s education.
In some situations expertise, experience and broad knowledge of the law are needed to ensure that a Will guarantees that the needs of a family will be met following a death. We can give you the advice you need if you’ve been divorced or have children from different relationships. We can also advise you about the best way to leave a legacy for a person who is disabled.
You will also need specialist advice if you own an interest in a business or own properties. We’re here to help you.
When we advise you about making your Will, we’ll also advise you about the steps you may be able to take to reduce the potential liability of your estate to inheritance tax.
Also, don’t forget, making a will is important. Keeping it up to date as life changes is essential. If you’ve already got a will, but aren’t quite sure if it’s still right for you, please contact us.
If you’re thinking about making or reviewing a will, it would be a pleasure to speak to you. You can call us on 0161 653 5299 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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