The act of giving is often cause for receiving also.
To receive a ‘thank you’ for a gift or present sent to loved ones often gives as much pleasure as receiving a gift. A ‘thank you’ you will not receive however is one after you have died without leaving a Will.
Christmas therefore becomes a good time to consider seriously what gifts and legacies you should include in your Will. Legacies to charities, gifts to organisations doing good work, or a recognition to an individual whose help you rely upon can all show how much you care.
If you have families who are growing up with children and assets of their own why not offer to fund a Will for them so they can secure their futures? It is certainly a present they can retain for some time and may prove a real life saver in adverse or desperate situations.
Such gifts may prove to be a real blessing and whilst you may not hear a ‘Thank you’ you can be sure it will be graciously received