Most people do not want to set up a will because it forces them to think about the inevitability of their death. However, a will is a very important document. It ensures that your wishes are carried out with respect to your money and your property after you die.
There are a few mistakes to watch out for, however.
1. Forgetting to Make Changes
It is wise to set up a will early on in life, particularly, if you have a lot of assets or if you have children. However, as you age, so much in your life can change. You may get divorced or remarried. You may have grandchildren. You can’t simply tell your family what you want to happen after you die. Instead, your wishes have to be written down in your will and processed by probate solicitors if you want them to be followed. If you …