Keeping your Will up to date is a vital part of keeping your affairs in order.
At Hunt Solicitors we encourage people across Northern Ireland to think about making their Wills and not leaving it too late. The Law of Intestacy in Northern Ireland is quite inflexible and has not been updated in many years. This can lead unfortunate and upsetting circumstances should a loved one pass without a Will and their affairs are awarded to someone else.
In light of this we have gathered together some of the most common questions we get asked by clients when writing their Wills and have outlined our responses below.
These Frequently Asked Questions should provide you with some guidance on making your own Will, however, should you have any further questions in relation to your own Will, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Ashling McKeown from our Wills & Probate department.
These are just a small number of queries we are asked on a regular basis and we would always advise that having a professionally drafted Will is the best course of action.
Please click here to complete our short form to book now and make an appointment today to arrange an initial consultation where we can discuss your personal circumstances and draft a Will that suits your needs.