Are you sure? You don’t need to be wealthy to need a Will. If you own your house or have life assurance policies, investments, building society accounts and shares, those assets alone could be worth several hundred or thousand of pounds.
In making a Will you are chosing the people you would like to help administer your estate and you are choosing who you would like to leave your money or belongings to however small. If you would prefer to benefit a charity then a Will is a great way to ensure they will benefit on your death.
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