Wills and Codicils

A Will sets out who is to benefit from your property and possessions (your estate) after your death. There are many good reasons to make a will:

  • You can decide how your assets are shared - if you don't have a Will, the law says who gets what
  • If you're an unmarried couple (whether or not it's a same-sex relationship), you can make sure your partner is provided for
  • If you're divorced, you can decide whether to leave anything to your former partner
  • You can make sure you don't pay more Inheritance Tax than necessary

A codicil is a document which is read alongside your Will and can be used to change or update your Will if your circumstances change.

At Crosse + Crosse we are experienced in drafting Wills and codicils and would be happy to discuss your wishes with you. If you would like any further information, please contact one of our team below.

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