An event to answer any questions about wills is being held by Collas Crill. The free event is to help people make sense of the local inheritance laws and guide them through the process of making a will.
The event is also to launch the partnership between Collas Crill and national charity Cancer Research UK. Under the terms of the partnership, Cancer Research will contribute towards the cost of making a will with Collas Crill.
Collas Crill group partner of wills estates and private client services, Joanne Seal will be hosting the event in Guernsey.
“Guernsey's intricate inheritance laws will dictate what happens to your estate if you do not leave a valid Will in place when you die. So often we see the difficulties that families experience when someone passes away and their wishes haven't been properly, and legally, recorded. It is so important to have a Will in place, not only to ensure that your family has peace of mind but also to be certain that your estate will pass in the way you wish.”
The events will take place at the Collas Crill office in Guernsey and is open to anyone. Teas and coffees will be served. The Beckfords 'Expression of Wishes' documents will be available at the event.
Guernsey Will Event
31 May 2016 6.30 – 7.30pm
Collas Crill, Glategny Court, Glategny Esplanade, St Peter Port