Who should make a Will?
- Anyone over the age of 21
- You have assets
- Insurance policies
Why you should make a Will?
- Unpredictability of life and death – cremated or buried?
- You may not want it to go to people who are beneficiaries under the law
- You may not want it to be distributed by people who cannot be trusted but recognized under the law
- You may have children or loved ones who need protection on your death
- “Children” may include adopted children, children born to cohabiting parents, children born with special needs
- In General
- Both Parents Die – all children get equal shares – children with special needs may get the same as those with special needs
- Husband Dies – wife gets ½ share and children get other ½ in equal shares
- Wife Dies – husband gets ½ share and children get other ½ in equal shares
- Husband dies with no children – Wife and Husband’s Parents in equal shares
- Wife dies with no children – Husband and Wife’s Parents in equal shares
- Husband dies with no children and no parents – All to Wife
- Wife dies with no children and no parents – All to Husband
How do I make a Will?
Talk to us – Foolproof your Will so its not challenged by letting us draft your will and review your Will with changing circumstances