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Myths About Making a Will

Many people believe that creating a will is a long and complicated process, but this is not the case. The process usually only involves  meetings, during which the client discusses their needs and the final document is reviewed and signed.

While some people worry about the cost of hiring a solicitor, Adel Jibs & Co Solicitors  offers fixed, clearly stated fees for will creation, with no hidden costs. It is also a myth that family members will end up in court if a person does not have a will or that everything will be fairly sorted out without one.

In reality, if someone dies without a will, their assets will be distributed according to statutory intestacy rules that may not align with the deceased’s wishes. These rules can also change, and do not take into account modern family structures such as cohabitation or blended families.

It is important to create a will to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes and to avoid potential disputes among loved ones.



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