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Ensure your wishes are followed with Belfast Telegraph Retirement Wills and Powers of Attorney service

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Whatever your personal circumstances are, it is important to make arrangements for the future, including preparing a Will.

A Will gives you and your family peace of mind, making sure your wishes are carried out and your estate is protected.

In Northern Ireland, your Will is cancelled automatically if you get married or enter into a civil partnership.

On the other hand, if you are not married or in a civil partnership, there is no guarantee that your partner will receive anything — unless you make a Will.

By making a Will you can be sure your savings and possessions will go direct to your loved ones. There will be no doubt about who receives what, so no disputes between estranged relatives. Plus you may be able to reduce the amount of tax you pay on your estate.

The thought of preparing a Will might not fill you with glee, but the process itself is surprisingly straightforward with the right guidance. This could ultimately give your family peace of mind at a time when it is needed most.

This is where our free guide can help. It includes important considerations when writing a Will in an easy-to-follow format. Plus it includes how our experts can arrange an Enduring Power of Attorney.

This means that if you’re ever unable or unwilling to manage your own affairs, people you trust would be able to make important decisions on your behalf about your finances.

Call Belfast Telegraph Retirement Services today on 0808 208 3168 to get your free 6-page guide or to arrange a free no-obligation consultation with one of our estate planning specialists.

Alternatively, you can find out more about Wills and Powers of Attorney and order your guide online on the Belfast Telegraph Retirement Services website


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