Making a simple Will means your loved ones inherit what you want them to after you die. It is important you have a Will, for various reasons.
Whether you are single, married, cohabiting, have children or not; a Will is essential.
A Will serves to distribute your property (estate), name an executor, name legal guardians for children and more.
Having a Will also means that you (rather than the Law) decide who gets your property when you die.
We are storing more and more of our lives, and personal affairs online. Whether it be money on banking apps, videos, photos or music stored on the web; more and more possessions are now digital and we need to consider how our Wills can reflect this.