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Managing Your Affairs

Wills and Estate

Making a will is important if you want to make sure your wishes will be met after you die.

It can be difficult to talk about, but in the event of your death it will ensure that your estate goes to the people you care about.

Wills can also stop family arguments, removing additional stress at an already difficult time for the people closest to you.

If you don’t make a will, your estate will be divided according to the law. Your family will have no control over who inherits your money and assets. This could mean they go to someone you hadn't intended them to. The people or charities that you care about may end up missing out.