Why should you make a Will?

This guide looks at the reasons why you should consider making a Will.

If you die without a Will, the rules of intestacy determine how your assets are distributed, which could mean, for instance, that your spouse does
not inherit all of your estate.

Take a look at our guide to understand why you need a Will, what a Will can cover and other things to consider when making your Will.

Download: Why should you make a Will?

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