By making your last will, you are making decisions who and when will inherit your assets after your death and that your estate is split the way you wish to.
This legal document will also state who will take care of your minor children in case both parents are death.
A valid will is the only way to avoid distributing your estate under the intestacy rules.
Our qualified advisors can help you with writing and storing your will.
Wills are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.