Making a will is important if you care what happens to your money and your assets after you die.
Of course most of us do.
Most of us have younger relations that we want to look after or charities that we want to support
We all want to do something with our assets – if of course there is anything left.
If you do not make a Will, then the law decides what happens and this can lead to some very bitter arguments that can last a generation or even more.
Of course if the law decides, then this may not be what you want.
Its even more important if have been perviously married, but live with your partner, because not all of what you have will go to your partner.
It could possibly go to your blood relatives, even if you haven’t see them for years.
So it is very important to make a will.