Why you need a letter of wishes

Although not legally binding a letter of wishes can be included with your Will to help your executors and those left behind understand exactly how you want things to be left. This removes any chance of misinterpretation and means that assets such as jewellery or things with sentimental value are left to the people you wish. The Blyth v Estate of Charles Caudle case shows how important this can be.

If you want to talk about your Will and how whether you need to include a letter of wishes please do not hesitate to get in touch for a free, no obligation chat on 0115 878 0417 or email me on amanda@alhlegal-willwriters.co.uk