When should I make a Will?


There’s no time like NOW!  You should particularly consider writing or changing your Will when you get married, divorced, or change your personal relationship in any other way.  Also at the birth of a child or grandchild, and at the death of a close family member.  You may wish to review your Will if your assets have considerably changed or now have concerns (which you didn’t have when you drafted your current Will) that your children or other key beneficiaries may not receive their intended inheritance because your partner or spouse [re-]married or needed long term care, say.