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In your 20s or 30s

Professional Will Writing Made Easy

Professional Will Writing Made Easy

It is never too early in life to get organised but it can often be too late, so always aim to get your planningright first time.

Whether youre married or in a civil partnership, or just living together, you may already have children, and your own place? Be smart, use your time wisely, and consider laying the foundations for your future through good financial and estate planning.

If youre going to be successful, take control and plan your future now(no-one is going to do it for you, unless youre really that fortunate of course). You know what your income is, and by scrutinising your spending, you will quickly spothow and where you can make changes and save money,so cutting out one or two things will make a difference and make your moneywork harder for you.

Writing a basic Will (which is all about you making your own decisions) is a good starting point because if you dont, the Government will decide who gets what, and when, if you depart this cherished World that wouldnt be so good, would it

Your Will appoints your Executors (the people who will handle your Estate when youve gone), Guardians to look after your children/minors (until they reach 18) and you can leave legacies to friends, family, charities and so on, but you will probably want the bulk of your money to go to your partner first, and children second.

It is also a good move to give someone you trust, the power to manage your property and affairs and/or your personal welfare in the event that you lose physical or mental capacity, by setting up Lasting Power of Attorney documents. Much better to have one and hope youll never need it, rather than the other way around.

And as far as financial planning goes, look into tax-free interest on childrens savings, pay attention to pensions, protect whats important in life with income protection, life assurance and critical illnesscover. Money will always be fairly tight so it is wise to be cautious.

Oh, and have you checked to make sure your parents have protected their estate? It is your inheritance so as likely beneficiaries, you should be talking to them about this and educating them if they haven’t already done so, after all, who will lose out if you dont? You know it makes sense.

Financial planning
Wills & Estate planning
20s and 30s
Get a good financial adviser contact us and we can help
Be a smart borrower & homeowner
Sort out your savings
Pay into pensions, ISAs
Protect your income, set up life cover
Basic single or mirror Will
Lasting Power of Attorney
Safe storage of your documents

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What can you do about it?

Let us talk you through the options. This is a complex issue so we will need to assess your personal situation very carefully to make sure you get the right advice.

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