Make a resolution you can keep
As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic it is fair to say that life was a bit different in 2020. We have had two national lockdowns and plenty of time on our hands as we adjusted our day-to-day practices to cope with the new demands of social distancing, self-isolating and working from home.
We were encouraged to eat healthily, exercise regularly, to try new hobbies, to reconnect and practice old skills, and, to learn a new language for when we are able to travel freely again. Much of what we were encouraged to do were also typical of many of the new-years resolutions we all make; doing something now to benefit us in the future. Like new years resolutions, despite many a good intention, our lock down resolutions fell by the wayside as time progressed.
A will is the most important legal document which you can execute. Often, it embraces assets which you have taken a lifetime of effort to amass and deals with properties that are not only of immense financial value, but also incalculable sentimental attachment for both you and your family. Regrettably, it seems all too often nowadays, making a will is something that people, perhaps including you, never quite get round to completing.
At Thursfields we feel that everyone should have a professionally drafted will and a plan to ensure that your loved ones are cared for in the event of a worst-case scenario happening. Putting a will in place is a new years resolution that everyone can achieve.