Are you a Single Parent? Are you living with a partner but not married? Are you just divorced?
In any of these situations you should seriously consider making a Will. By doing this you can name guardians for your infant children, ensure your existing partner inherits your assets and protect against previous spouses.
Are you married? Have you children from the marriage? Have you children from previous marriages? Then again you should make a Will. This will ensure your estate reaches designated beneficiaries ,protect property occupation for your spouse and save on future care fees.
Are you just single with some savings and/or a property? You should make a simple Will to determine who will receive those assets on your death.
Without a Will the Rules of Intestacy apply and these were introduced many years ago when we lived our lives much more differently than we do today
Ask yourself– Why haven’t I made a Will?