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Making a Will

Why is it important to make a Will?

It is important for you to make a Will whether or not you consider you have many possessions or much money.

If you are married then you would naturally assume that everything you own would go to your spouse. Your assumption may be wrong. If you die without a Will, then your Estate will be governed by Intestacy Rules. Under these rules there are clear limits on what a spouse will receive. If your Estate exceeds those limits then the surplus monies may go to other persons.

Making a Will enables you to:

Trustees and Personal Representatives

Importance of a Will

By making a Will it may be possible to reduce the amount of tax payable on the inheritance.

How do I make a Will?

We have a team of specialist lawyers who are able to help the process of making your Will as easy as possible.


Download our Client Care Procedure For Older And Vulnerable Clients document.

Further Assistance

For further assistance please contact a member of the Wills, Trust & Probate team to arrange an appointment.

For additional information on all of the services Robinson Allfree provide please contact
our Ramsgate Office on 01843 592361 or our Broadstairs Office on 01843 865261.

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