Make sure what you have goes to those you love
Without a will, the law decides who inherits your belongings
Do I need a will?
Do I need a will? We know there are only three reasons why many of us here in the UK put off making a will – believing we don’t need one, not wanting to write one, and not having the money to pay for a good one.
In the United Kingdom, anyone over the age of 18 makes a will. That is because, without one, the person’s next of kin need to apply for a grant of representation. Resulting in an expensive and lengthy process of determining what should happen. Ultimately, the law then has the final say on who inherits the estate.
Each year the Treasury takes around £60 million from people who died without a will. This money should have gone to families and loved ones. Our government would much prefer you to take care of life after death too. They even have departments set up to attempt to find a legal recipient for some of the monies they collect.
We want to make it easy to create and affordable for everyone. We believe everyone over the age of 18 needs a Will, but the following circumstances make it even more critical. Tap the points opposite to read more.
SAFE AND SECURE
OPTIONS FOR EVERYONE
PROTECTION FOR FAMILIES
PAY ONCE, CHANGE ANYTIME
LASTS YOUR WHOLE LIFE
It’s easier than ever to make a legal will and keep it updated for life
No matter how often your circumstances change, you can avoid the time and costs normally involved with keeping your will updated. Whether you have a new partner or are expecting children for the first time, Your Will be Done allows for an unlimited amount of changes. This means you have a will for life and death! As long as you remember to keep your will printed, signed and witnessed then your will remains legally valid.