Why Should I Make A Will?
Making a Will ensures that your wishes are carried out after you die. If you die intestate (without a Will) the Rules of Intestacy from 1925 apply and decide who inherits your possessions after you die. Relying on this law rather than creating a Will has disadvantages. The law decides who benefits from your estate, not you, and as it was created almost a century ago, it doesn’t bear much relation to modern personal and family situations.