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Not sure if you should make a will? See our 10 Reasons to Make a Will
Why should I make a Will?
If you do not have a Will, your money and other assets will be distributed in accordance with the intestacy rules (a Government written Will). The result may not be what you would choose and cause problems for your loved ones.
- If you have an invalid Will none of your wishes may be carried out, either an earlier Will or intestacy rules will be used to administer your estate
- If you are not married or in a civil partnership, your partner will NOT inherit unless you have a valid Will
- If you are separated but not divorced your ex-partner may get everything, leaving nothing for those you wish to inherit
- You may want to prevent a member of your family benefiting from your Estate this can only be done through a Will
- If you are retired you may not have reviewed your Will for some time. You may have additional grand-children to add or others to remove
- You can protect your property from being taken to pay for care fees with a correctly drafted Will