Making a Will gives you the opportunity of ordering your affairs for after your death.
We all have a natural reluctance to contemplate our own death, but it is the one thing in life that is guaranteed (having to pay tax is arguably another guaranteed).
If you don’t leave a Will then the law will step in and a rigid set of rules, known as the Intestacy Rules, will dictate what happens to your property and your money.
By making a Will you can control how your property and affairs will be dealt with. It will ensure that your wishes are properly taken into consideration and it will make life much easier for those you leave behind.
There are lots of good practical reasons to make a Will , below are 10 such reasons