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The process of writing a Will can be difficult. Thankfully, this guide will take you step-by-step through the process to ensure your Will includes everything necessary.
The first stage of Will writing involves creating a list of all your assets, this is also known as your estate. Inside this list you must include your property, your wealth and all your possessions. Write down an estimated value of your assets, based on what you believe they are worth.
Start by calculating the value of the assets – the easiest to calculate are your savings and pension along with valuable possessions for example your watches or other jewellery. You should also include your property inside this category. The value of these assets are generally non-volatile, meaning their value stays relatively constant.
n.b. the inclusion of the value of your pension depends on the associated death benefits for the given scheme.
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