Making a Will is something that most of us just don't want to think about. However, if you die without writing a Will your property and possessions will be distributed according to rules set out in a law from 1925.
Under this law, do not assume that because you are married or in a civil partnership your partner will automatically inherit everything you want them to, including your property. This may not be the case.
Making a Will means your loved ones will find dealing with your affairs a lot easier, quicker and probably cheaper, and you will have peace of mind. Wills are not just for older people, if you have a property, young children or an extended family, you need to make a Will. Most people know this – but simply don't get around to doing anything about it.
We hope this website provides you with the basic information you need about making a Will, and the decisions you need to make during the process. It's something you should do now, and we hope you will use our service to safeguard your property and possessions.
All our Will writers are members of the Institute of Professional Willwriters (IPW), which means that we continuously develop our professional competence and work to a code of practice approved by the Trading Standards Institute.