Have you protected your estate for your blood line?
In a will you can name guardians for your children
Have you made a Lasting Power of Attorney?
Partners living together really do need a will
Why you should make a will.
If you are single you need a will just as much as a couple in a marriage with children. If you have any kind of asset – even if it is mortgaged – you have an “estate” and should make a will. If the unforeseen “thing” happens, you would like your estate to go to your chosen beneficiaries and not according to the laws of “intestacy” – which is what dying without a will is called – which seldom accords with people’s wishes.
If you are a widow or widower you need a will to ensure that your estate also passes to your preferred beneficiaries even if it is all going to your children. It will save complications and arguments. Also you may want to include grandchildren or nieces/nephews.
Some wills are very old and executors may have passed away or it may have been stored with a solicitor who may have moved away. If a person is a little low on relatives whom they would like to inherit, then they could leave legacies to their favorite charities.
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