Making a will is the best way to ensure that your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes after your death. You may nominate an executor to take control your estate after your death and ensure that your will is given effect to. Your will should make provision for the persons who are entitled to share in your estate to avoid disputes after your death. It is possible to protect vulnerable or disabled beneficiaries by including protective measures in your will. The use of a Special Disability Trust may prevent the loss of a disabled beneficiary's pension. We can provide you with the advice necessary to make a will that reflects your wishes and give you peace of mind knowing that your loved ones will be cared for after your death.