When you are writing your Will and deciding what happens to your property it is important that you understand how it is actually owned as this can affect what you can and cannot do in your Will. It could also mean that extra trusts have to be put in to protect loved ones from losing their home in the event of your death.
There are two main ways that property can be held: solely or jointly.
If you don’t know how your property is currently owned or what that means for you, don’t worry. It’s a relatively simple process for you to check or I can help you. Once you know the facts you can make decisions about whether to change the current arrangement or how to word your Will to protect your family and loved ones.
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