Are your affairs in order?

Lots of people wait until their senior years to put their affairs in order. In fact, over two thirds of the UK’s population haven’t made a Will and one third will die without making one.

That’s a lot of people who don’t get to decide who inherits their estate, who don’t choose who will take care of their children if something should happen to them and who don’t get to pick who will look after their assets for their heirs.

We all hope these are problems we don’t have to worry about until our old age. But if something does happen, wouldn’t you want to know your loved ones are provided for? Death and serious illness are an extremely hard time for any family, so it makes sense not to add the worry and confusion of leaving your affairs in a muddle.

Of course, no one can expect the unexpected, but a little bit of planning can go a long way.

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