Why write a Will
Writing a Will is really important as it gives you peace of mind and means you can decide what happens after you’re gone.
If you don’t make a Will, the government will decide what happens to your money and assets. This could cause arguments or disputes, and even mean family members miss out. Not having a Will can cause extra stress and expense for your loved ones. By making a Will, you can make an upsetting time, a little easier.
It’s easy to put off making a Will but it’s one of those jobs we should all do. As well as making sure your loved ones are taken care of, many people also decide to leave a gift to charity, so the support for the causes they care about lives on as their legacy.
Find out more here about why gifts in Wills are so important.
Our free Wills Scheme means you can make or update your Will, absolutely free. Find out more.
Keeping your Will up-to-date
As life changes, so can your priorities. New grandchildren, relationships, or losing loved ones can change what you want to happen after you’re gone. Even if you’ve made a Will it might not reflect your current wishes.
Through our free Wills scheme you can also update your Will for free, so it’s a cost effective way of making sure everything is up-to-date. Find out more about updating your Will for free.