Making time to write a will
We spend our lives working to support ourselves and our loved ones, yet 57% of us do not have a will. Many people are also unaware of the problems of dying without a will (intestate). You do not need to own a property or have significant wealth to protect the financial security of your loved ones.
Making a will is easier than you think
If you don’t have a will yet, don’t worry - the expert team of legal professionals at RCNLaw is here to support you. RCNLaw provides a fast, efficient and friendly service at a discounted rate for RCN members. It also offers highly competitive rates for your family and friends.
RCNLaw will help you to ensure your wishes are carried out. Our team can help ensure the financial security of your estate and provide you and your loved ones with peace of mind that your wishes are set out for the future.
Wills are living documents
Have you recently been through a significant life event? For example:
- Moving to a new house?
- Getting married?
- Having or adopting children?
- Become divorced or widowed?
- Experiencing a downturn in your finances?
- Received a large bonus or compensation?
- Or invested in a second home?
All these situations would result in a change to your chosen beneficiaries. If you have already made your will, it is important to keep it up to date, so it is still relevant and valid.