A Will sets out your wishes as to whom you want to receive your assets when you die and perhaps whom you do not want to receive your assets.
A Will sets out your wishes as to who will be your executors.
Executors are the people who administer your estate after your death, pay Inheritance tax and your funeral and testamentary expenses.
When you are planning your estate, it may be possible to mitigate potential inheritance taxes. A well-drawn Will is one step towards this process of planning.
Without a Will your widow and children could be liable for inheritance taxes which might have been mitigated or avoided if you had taken the time to make a Will.
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