Take control of your family’s inheritance by making a Will
Get the right Will for you and your family with the help of a local expert
Don’t put off making a Will
You don’t know what’s around the corner, so why leave things to chance? If you don’t have a Will, the wrong people could end up inheriting your estate.
Worse still, the people you love could miss out. If you’re not married, your partner won’t inherit anything from your estate. The idea of a “common law” wife or husband is simply a myth.
With no Will, you could be leaving problems behind for your family. There could be disputes after your death or an inheritance tax bill that could have been avoided.
If you make a Will, none of this needs to happen. But don’t leave it too late!
Get peace of mind with a Will that works
Your local expert will talk to you to understand your intentions before you commit. You’ll get:
How it works
We’ll take the stress away when you make a Will
We understand that making a Will can seem stressful, complicated, and expensive. But it doesn’t need to be this way.
We make it easy to make a Will with our nationwide network of trusted local experts. When you get in touch, we’ll put you in contact with an advisor in your local area.
Our local advisors have a wealth of experience to help you make the right Will. And with over 830 reviews on Trustist, you’ll be in good hands.
“As parents of a young family, we had been meaning to have our Wills written for a long time. We were able to have a consultation online and it was more straightforward than we had anticipated. Highly recommend.”
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Why make a Will?
When you make a Will, you can ensure that your money, property and possessions go to the right people when you die. But if you don’t make a Will, the legal rules of “intestacy” determine who inherits your assets.
The rules of intestacy are written in law and provide a rigid hierarchy of who inherits your assets, and in what amounts. This can have unintended consequences and create stress and disputes between family members after your death.
By making a Will, you can ensure that the right people inherit. Or, if you prefer, you can choose to leave your children different amounts if you’ve given them money and gifts during your lifetime.
Couples with children under the age of 18 are allowed to appoint guardians in their Wills. In the event that both parents have died, the guardians would look after them. It’s not a nice thing to think about but it’s important nonetheless.