Family relationships can become increasingly complex over time, particularly where marital breakdown intervenes, and that is why it is so important to keep your Will up to date.
Even apparently obvious or trifling clerical errors in a will or codicil may provide fertile ground for dispute and that is why it is so important to have such documents drafted by a professional.
If you have no spouse, child or other dependant you might think there is little point in making a will however this would be incorrect.
The task of administering your estate after your death will be made all the harder if your will is not drafted with the precision that only a professional can provide.
If a man had listened to his solicitor’s repeated advice to make a Will, his children would have avoided a sea of trouble after his death.
If your home is owned by a loved one you may feel secure, but you can be left in an extremely precarious position if he or she dies.