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Wills

By making a Will you can decide what happens to your property and assets after your death. It is an important document regardless of how simple or complex your assets or family situation may be.

If you die without a valid Will, your estate will pass in accordance with rules laid down by statute, and this may not accurately reflect your wishes. It may also result in a considerable increase to the costs of administering your estate and a higher incidence to tax.

We are experienced in advising on Wills for UK and non-UK domiciled and resident individuals and have expertise in dealing with the full range of issues which may come up including dealing with worldwide assets, trusts, business transfers on death and succession and tax planning using Wills.

 

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