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Claim your Free will and make sure your family are protected!

Don't leave it until it's too late... ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Wills & Trusts

It's estimated that 60% of the UK population does not yet have a will in place! This opens up all sorts of problems for your family after your death. They will face lawyer fees, tax bills banks and more and, in the unfortunate event that both parents died and you have young children courts will decide on who will take guardianship. until this decision is made you children could end up with social services. 

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Are you looking to buy your first home or thinking about purchasing your second dream house to lease and build equity for later in life? Let us help you connect with the right mortgage adviser who can help you find that perfect mortgage.

Having a financial review is not a painful experience, in fact, once you have yours,  you will have a clear picture of how you are going to get to where you want to be.  Do you want to own a house in Spain? retire at 60? or pay for your children's university? all of this will become clear after you sit down with one of our trusted advisors.

WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF NOT HAVING A WILL IN PLACE WHEN YOU DIE??

You may not have control of who looks after your children​​​​​​​

If you are married, your spouse may not get everything​​​​​​​

More than 60% of the UK population do not have a will in place... ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​We want to reduce this and protect as many families as we can across the UK!​​​​​​​

Claim your free will!

Your estate will be divided amongst your relatives in accordance with the rules of intestacy and indeed could end up with the Crown.


Your estate will generally be administered by your next of kin, which may not be in accordance with your wishes​​​​​​​

If you have not made a Will and you have children under the age of 18, the courts may have to decide who is appointed as their guardians.


To have control over who are the guardians for your children you need to make a Will, this reason alone should be enough to encourage most people to make a Will.

If you are married with children, your spouse will receive the first £250,000 of your estate, plus 50% of the remaining capital and a right to an income, but not the capital, from the remaining half.


This is contrary to the common myth that a spouse always inherits 100% of their husband or wife’s estate, and is again another excellent reason to make a Will.

You don’t control where your assets go​​​​​​​