Making a Will gives you the power to provide for your loved ones in the manner you feel is most appropriate after your death.
The most important features of a will are that it allows you to decide who gets what and determine who will administer your estate.
When you fail to make a Will means, you lose control over the manner of the distribution of your assets and administration of your estate which are then determined by the Succession Act 1965.
It is important that you speak to a solicitor when considering making your last will and testament in order to ensure that your wishes are legally enshrined so that your loved ones are provided for as only you determine, when you are gone.
The drafting of Wills is a specialist skill at McElhinney & Associates Solicitors. We ensure that all the statutory formalities are complied with to guarantee that your Will is valid and that the testator’s wishes as expressed on paper are complied with. Your loved one’s futures are in safe hands at McElhinney & Associates Solicitors.