A will is a legal document which sets out your intentions regarding the distribution of your assets and the care of your children for when you pass away.
If someone dies without a will, your assets will be distributed in accordance with the Succession Act 1965. The rules set out in this Act are very rigid and do not take into consideration the needs or wishes of your next of kin and relatives.
For this reason, it is suggested that you make a will. You can update your will as often as you see fit.
While making a will is something every person can do, we recognise that each person has a unique set of circumstances and because of this, we aim to provide an individual, personal service to each client.
A will can be a very simple document where someone leaves everything to one or only a few people and appointing them their executor. Alternatively, it can be a very complex document involving things such as the setting up of trusts providing for the distribution of someone’s assets well into the future.
Gerard Cochrane & Co. Solicitors can assist in drafting your will to give you peace of mind knowing that when the time comes, your wishes are adhered to.
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