Inheritance Lost to Remarriage
A common problem arises among couples after one of them passes away. As life moves on, it is quite common for the survivor to remarry or find a new partner. Marriage automatically revokes any previous Will and the new relationship usually results in a new will. Therefore the newly-arrived partner inherits what was originally the family home. Experience has shown us here at Introducer Advocates, that the new partner, then nearly always, leaves all assets - including what was the original family home - to his or her own chosen beneficiaries rather than to yours. Your children will have lost their inheritance and the family home.
How You Can Secure Your Children's Inheritance
It's fair to plan and secure everyone's position of inheritance, but that can only be done with a well constructed Will and specifically with a Trust within your Will.
You can secure what happens to your assets should your spouse or partner remarry and secure the roof over your partner or spouse's head too.
GET I N TOUCH with us today to FIND OUT MORE or discuss your needs. You can either call us directly on 07970 034 284 or BOOK an Appointment with one of our fully qualified practitioners who will visit you at home.