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Why would I make a Will?

The purpose of a Will is to let you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death. If you have made a Will then all your possessions will be distributed in the way you have described in your Will.

A Will is one of the best ways of safeguarding the future of those whom you care for. A Will is helpful in avoiding any disputes after your death.

Even if you do not have a lot of money or property, you should still make a Will so that you can be sure your affairs are dealt with the way you would like, after your death.

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