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Wills


It is natural to delay making a Will as of course, nobody likes to think about what will happen when they are gone. Some people simply assume there is no reason to make a Will as their estates will pass as they think it should, for example, to a spouse. The reality is that when you die, your estate will pass in one of two ways: either as the law provides under the Intestacy Rules or in accordance with any valid Will that you have executed.

In the first instance, if you die without leaving a valid Will, it can lead to unexpected consequences and your closest relatives may in fact not benefit from all of your estate. Another important aspect of a Will is that it appoints a person (a Personal Representative) to manage your estate and that appointment is effective the moment you die; without a Will, however, only the court can constitute a Personal Representative. A Will is therefore an extremely important document.

At Allington Hughes we have a specialist Wills Department. We take time to understand your own individual circumstances, including the size of your estate and your family composition. We then ask how you want your estate to pass and advise on the most effective way of doing this, taking into account any other major factors, such as taxation implications.

Our specialist team can advise on:

* The appointment of guardians
* The use of trusts in your Will
* Inheritance Tax Planning for your Wills
* Passing your estate to vulnerable beneficiaries, such as disabled beneficiaries and in particular preserving means tested benefits where applicable
* Gifts to charities
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Allington Hughes Law is a trading name of Allington Hughes Limited. Registered office is 10 Grosvenor Road, Wrexham LL11 1SD

Registered in England and Wales. Company registration number 07831162.

Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority number 597867

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