Protect your assest. Reduce Inheritance Tax and provide peace of mind for yourself and your loved ones.
A few things you should consider:
If you're single your estate could be left to your friends , your family or a charity of your choice.
If you're married you'd be wrong to assume that your partner will automatically receive your estate.
If your partner remarries your children could be literally left out in the cold and a new family could inherit what your children should have received.
If you have children or Grandchildren and you don't appoint guardians to look after those under 18 a court may have to make decisions about where they live. They may even be taken into care whilst the court decides. Also, an out of date Will may now need to be amended to include your Grandchildren.