Do I need a Will?
In most cases the answer is yes...
If you do not have a Will you have no control over what happens to your property
or possessions when you are gone. Instead, the law will decide who will administer
your estate and who will benefit in a strict order of priority, regardless of any
intentions you may have had.
Without a Will...
- Your unmarried partner will not benefit from your property or possessions at all
- Your spouse or civil partner may not inherit all of your property and possessions
- The family home may have to be sold to distribute your estate according to the law
- Your estate could end up going to those you did not wish to benefit
- The Court will appoint Guardians for your children under 18 - they may not be people
you would have chosen
- Children from a previous marriage may not receive anything at all
- You have no control over who administers your estate
- The administration of your estate can become more complicated
- Your funeral arrangements may not be as you would have wished
Our Wills are professionally written legal documents that you can rely on and our charities are those that you have chosen to support.
Any profit made through the writing of your Will is donated to charity so just by using our service you are giving to Charity.
Many people need a more complex Will than that which can be supplied online. We have a free advice service to help anyone who has any queries at all that relate to Wills and Probate. Just call us on 0800 29 88 66 1 or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org