Seven out of ten people die in this country without having a valid will.
Advice on making a Will
If you die without writing a valid will your estate will be deemed 'intestate' and the laws of intestacy will apply i.e. the law will decide how your property is to be divided amongst your relatives. The results can, in many cases, mean that your wishes are not being taken into account.
This could lead to a number of complicated problems and distress to your family at a time when they are least able to deal with them.
Making a will is a simple process, it does not have to be a costly exercise, simply contact your local solicitor or click on to a solicitors near you from the choice below. They will provide simple, impartial advice and help you to make sure your wishes are carried out.