‘And if he hath not before disposed of his goods, let him then be admonished to make his Will… men should often be put in remembrance to take order for the settling of their temporal estates, whilst they are in health.’ [Book of Common Prayer]
For nearly 500 years the Church of England has encouraged people to make a Will. Without a Will, your loved ones could face a lot of trouble, work and expense after your death. Without a Will, a court could decide how to distribute your goods and who should look after your children or dependents.
Making a Will and updating it regularly is the only way to make sure your wishes are carried out after your death, giving you peace of mind that you can continue to support the family, friends and causes you love.
Download our ‘Simple Guide’ for more help; it contains sample Will clauses, a form to help you prepare for visiting your solicitor, advice on finding a solicitor, how to store your Will and more.
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