Vast majority not consulted adviser about their will - LV=

30 million parents want to leave wealth       

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More than half (51%) of mass affluent parents have a will in place, according to LV=
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More than half (51%) of mass affluent parents have a will in place, according to LV=

Only 41% of 30 million parents in the UK who want to leave wealth in their will have actually done so and 20 million have not written a will, according to recent research from LV=.

Although more than half (57%) of people with children are considering consulting a financial adviser about the best way to pass on wealth, only 13% have done so, it suggested. The latest LV= Wealth...

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