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To make sure your estate is left to those whom you wish to receive it, whether they be family, friends and/or charities. If you do not leave a will the Government will decide who inherits your estate.

These are the people or person you choose to manage your will, you need them to be people you trust to carry out your wishes after you have died. They are a legal requirement for a will.

You can use our simple, affordable online solution (Start Now) or you can spend much more with a solicitor. With Legacy Angel you can update it whenever you want and you can securely store your digital asset information.
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No, you can save £100’s by using our quick and simple service, if you have complex estate planning needs then we do recommend you take legal advice.

Not at the moment, but if you click here to leave us your email address then we will let you know when this changes

By leaving a will you decide who will look after them; the people responsible for taking care of your children are called guardians.

Dealing with death is a difficult and stressful time. By leaving your funeral wishes in your will you ensure you get what you want and make it easier for those who are left to administer your estate.

If you have written a will then your home will be left to your beneficiaries.

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Yes, as long as you have completed the required fields and have had it independently witnessed and signed.

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