Your will should avoid grey areas and confusion


Do you want to be buried or cremated? What are your funeral service wishes? What is to happen to your personal items? Do you have any charitable gifting wishes? Do you wish to leave specific legacies to specific relatives, friends? Do you wish to acknowledge someone who has provided a valuable service to you during your lifetime? And importantly, how is your Trust to be viewed after your death, who is to replace you as a Trustee and who is to benefit and when? These are all questions that may be asked after you die and without a Will may not be answerable. A Will is a clearly stated true reflection of our current intentions and will accurately reflect your wishes as though you were still alive.

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