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Ease the burden on your loved ones and plan for the future this November

Let’s be brutal – we’re all going to die. And if it happens when you’re will-less, on top of the grief, it can cause a financial nightmare for the people you care about.

While many people don’t want to think about what will happen after they pass away, it is essential that everyone considers making a Will.

Throughout the month of November McGale Kelly will make charitable donations for every new Will. Keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for forthcoming details of our  chosen worthy causes. First of all here is why it is so important to plan for the future.

Our solicitors understand that everyone’s circumstances are different and that issues relating to Wills, Trusts and Inheritance Tax are very personal.

Your Will tells everyone what should happen to your money, possessions and property after you die. An up to date will, written by a solicitor, ensures your wishes are respected. It also avoids difficult decisions and legal complications for your loved ones.

McGale Kelly Solicitors can assist you in the drafting of your Will, setting up Trusts, granting an Enduring Power of Attorney and generally planning your Estate. We can advise on the impact of nursing home charges and look to ensure that your financial affairs or those of your loved ones are addressed should you/they be no longer able to manage them. We can also advise you on the impact of inheritance tax, lifetime transfers of property and disputes which may arise.

If you are named as executor in a Will or a loved one has died, our solicitors can assist in the administration duties in dealing with the estate. This is a difficult time and you can rest assured that we will endeavour to ease the burden of having to deal with such matters.

We provide services on the above matters to clients in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

For further information please give us a call on 028 8224 3621 or email: info@mcgalekelly.co.uk

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