Will planning – the use of Life Interest

When making a Will, it is common to plan to leave property or assets – in their entirety – to your beneficiaries.

However, it may be more prudent in certain circumstances to leave your spouse or partner a life interest in your assets rather than giving them outright ownership. This can be particularly useful if you want to make sure your children receive something in the future. Steve Wright, from our Estates team, explores the options:


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