Planning for the afterlife
It may seem a fairly straight forward topic but your will is important as it helps guide the way you leave your estate. For example, who will look after your children if you die before they can look after themselves, who do you want to carry out any last wishes you have such as where to be buried or cremated?
You should always seek legal advice when making a will as mistakes or lack of clarity can cause you will to be invalid. It’s doubly important to make a will if you have a number of beneficiaries and your finances are complex.
Once you have a will, you should review it regularly to make sure it still reflects your wishes and particularly if you find yourself in a new relationship….
Here is a story about how two people with a blended family approached their wills click here.