When should I make or update my Will?

Co-Habiting

When should I write or update my Will? – Co-Habiting

Unfortunately, the Law still favours married couples, no matter how long you have been together.  Meaning you are not protected in the same way as a married couple.

Without a Will, you Partner will not legally inherit anything except jointly owned assets.  It also means they are not entitled to sort out your affairs and theirs and your wishes could be ignored.

Writing your Will is the only way to provide rights to your partner and to make your wishes clear.

If you’re an unmarried couple living together g
et in touch here to make yours Wills today or call 0114 339 5236 and Morgan Wills & Trusts will be happy to help ensure your wishes are carried out.

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