Appoint guardians for your children
You choose who will care for your children in the event of your death, ensuring they are looked after by Guardians you have personally selected and who you believe have the means and ability to care for them. Without Guardians, your children may go into the care system.
Who benefits from your Estate
You can appoint beneficiaries to your Estate, ensuring your hard earned assets are left to those you wish to benefit from them.
Minimise the risk of Family Disagreements
Family disagreements are very common unfortunately when a family is left to divide up your Estate in the event you die Intestate. You can prevent this by making your wishes known in a written legal document known as a Will.
Leave Legacies to Friends and Charities of your choice
You can choose to leave Legacies to Friends that are really important to you, especially when you have no family. A Charity may also be dear to your heart and you may want to leave something to help their great cause.
Make your Funeral Wishes known
You can make sure that your Will includes details on how you would like your Funeral to take place, removing the stress from people left behind having to think about and deal with this at what is an already very emotional time for them.