What is a Will?
A will is a legal document that sets out what you want to happen when you pass away, including things like:
- Guardianship of your children
- How everything you own is shared between loved ones
- Additional gifts to others or charities
- Funeral and burial wishes
Without a will, these things and more are left up to the laws of intestacy - meaning you may not have a say over who gets what.
How we can helpLifeSearch has teamed up with Farewill to help you get your will sorted for just £90, or £140 for couples. Plus, for a limited time, you can get 10% off your will*.
Simply call 0208 050 2686 to talk to a member of the team, or click the button below to start the process online.
*Terms & Conditions apply. Visit the Farewill website, via the link above, for more details - which can be found at the top of their page.
What's the difference between a Will and a Trust?
A trust can help you to keep certain things, such as the payout money from a life insurance policy, separate from the estate you leave behind - which means it should pay faster and shouldn't be subject to tax.
We can also help our Life Insurance policy holders to arrange this type of trust free of charge.