Everybody should have a Will

Natalie Wright, solicitor with Sills & Betteridge, explains the importance of having a Will and why it should be prepared by a qualified professional. Having a Will prepared is often something we know we should do but which we put off either because we are too busy or because we do not want to think about our own mortality. However, if you die without a Will it can often have complex and fraught consequences for the loved ones you have left behind. The main reasons why you should have a Will are: To specify who you wish to inherit your money and other assets when you die; To appoint the…