Deciding what to put in your will is one of the most important decisions you will make. Bereavement is distressing for family members without the added worry over what they are to do to ensure that your wishes are followed.

Your will can cover your possessions, your finances, guardianship of your children, your funeral wishes and even who is to continue your business after your death.

Your executors (the people who deal with your will) have the authority to deal with all of these things and therefore the decision as to who shall be appointed should be considered carefully.

We at AMD Solicitors can offer guidance and advice on the contents of your will as long as the most efficient form of will in your circumstances. All advice is tailored to the individual as we believe that one size does not fit all.

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