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Why write a Will

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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.


Make a Will for free

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.