How do Wills work?
A Will is a legal document that sets out what you would wish to happen upon your death.
Within your Will you will need to appoint Executors, these are the people you entrust to deal with all of your affairs after you die.
Within your Will you can list specific items that you wish to gift to people, you can also name guardians to care for your children should you die before they reach 18 years of age.
As well making provision for people, you can also exclude certain people from your Will.
Dying without a Will is called intestacy, this means that the law decides how your assets will be distributed rather than you deciding who you would like to leave things to.
What Should I put
in my Will?
You will need to decide who you would like to benefit from your Will.