Types of Wills
While it’s not something we like to think about, making a Will is incredibly important, as it ensures that your loved ones receive the things you have earmarked for them - whether these are sentimental items or a share of your savings.
Without a Will, the law steps in and shares out your assets. Usually, this means a spouse or partner first, followed by children, grandchildren, parents and then closest next of kin.
If there are no relatives, then assets are passed on to the government, crown, Duchies of Cornwall or Lancaster for charitable ventures. If you intended to leave something to a friend, it’s unlikely to go to them unless written into a Will.
Compare Will Writing Services
Field marked * is optional
Thank you for requesting a FREE Will writing quote.
We will now match you up with suitable Will Writers who will call you to discuss your requirements. The Will Writers we work with aim to get in touch within 48 hours.
If you are considering writing a Will, you might also be interested in a funeral planning.
A funeral plan allows you to pay for your funeral, ensuring that your loved ones aren’t faced with any unexpected costs.
Thank you for using Funeral Planning Experts.
We will now match you with suitable funeral plan providers who will call to discuss your requirements. The providers we work with aim to get in touch within 48 hours.
To learn about funeral plan packages, we have put together an overview of the different levels of funeral packages available.