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Research shows that almost two thirds of UK adults don’t have a Will. That’s not to say they don’t know the importance of having one; it’s often just that they haven’t got around to it yet. Sadly, putting it off until tomorrow could mean your loved ones lose out on what you hoped to leave them in the future.
Writing a Will is one of those tasks that everyone knows they need to do, but nobody really wants to. That’s because we’d much rather devote our time to thinking about living our lives, rather than what happens after we are gone. We aim to make the experience of writing your Will an easy and comfortable one, so you don’t need to put it off any longer.
Writing a Will is your opportunity to let your loved ones know what you would like to happen to your worldly goods when you die. However, there a number of common mistakes that could lead to your wishes not being carried out correctly.