If you die without writing a will, you’ll leave your loved ones with huge financial problems. Our guides explain your options for writing a will, and what happens if you don’t.

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    The importance of writing a will

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    Writing a will ensures that your wishes on what will happen to your money, possessions and property after you die are carried out. Not leaving a will means that the law decides how your estate is handled – and this might not be in line with your wishes.

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    Your options for writing a will

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    Everyone should have a will, and there are several ways of getting yours written. From solicitors to do-it-yourself wills, find out how to choose what’s right for you.

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    What happens if you don’t write a will?

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    Making a will is an important step to ensuring your wishes are carried out after your death. This article outlines why making a will is important and the possible consequences of you not doing so.

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