Be in Control

Published: 12 November 2018

Which? reports “By making a will, you control what happens to your worldly possessions when you die – but there are a number of simple mistakes that could stop your wishes being carried out. The laws around wills are complex, and the stakes are high – from accidentally disinheriting a loved one, to voiding the entire document. Whether you’ve written your will already or are thinking about doing it soon, Which? sets out common pitfalls that could cause trouble when you’re gone.”

Rather than risking getting it wrong Cotswold Independent Financial Services can draw up a detailed personal will, or mirror will, which will allow you and your spouse to share rules of inheritance. It’s never too early to draw up a will to safeguard your wishes and protect the financial future of your family or your business.