What is a Will?
  • A Will is a legal document that will plan out what you would like to happen to your estate after your death.
Why do I need a Will?
  • To ensure assets are given to your loved ones as per your wishes.
  • To give you peace of mind and your family less stress at an already difficult time.
  • Having a Will can prevent unwanted Inheritance Tax, with the right provisions in place.
What happens if I don’t have a Will?
  • Your wealth and assets will not be given to people you choose.
  • There will be no arrangements in place for any children you may have.
  • If not married your partner will not automatically get everything.
How do I make a Will?


Anyone who wishes to protect their hard-earned wealth and assets.

A trustee is a someone who administers property or assets for the beneficiaries.

Minimum of 2, maximum of 4

An executor oversees making sure the wishes of the deceased are followed in accordance with the will, obtains grant probate, Pays any inheritance tax to HMRC

Minimum of 1, maximum of 4

A beneficiary is the person/s you would like to leave your assets to.

The estate will go into intestate, the estate will then be distributed accordingly

The estate is distributed in accordance with intestacy rules. (Click here to see)