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Your financial position will probably change when you move house (hopefully for the better). You need to think about how this will affect your family if anything were to happen to you. Moving house is a good time to consider updating an existing will -- or making a new one.
In addition to our property work, Mundy's can also advise on and prepare Wills for our clients.
We can make sure that your wishes about the distribution of your property after your death are clear and will not lead to any confusion or difficulties for your family. And we can recommend the best way to arrange your affairs so that you minimise the amount of Inheritance Tax your estate has to bear.
One of our partners will need to see you in order to discuss your situation and needs in detail. We will then prepare a draft will for your approval before readying the final document for your signature.
We also have considerable experience in the field of probate. This is the process of proving somebody's will and administering their estate so that the wishes expressed in the will are carried out; it can be quite complicated, and it frequently needs a specialist's touch.
We're happy to discuss any aspect of wills or probate. Call us on 01432 265630, or click below to use email.