Giving someone the Power of Attorney means decisions about your medical care and finances should be in safe hands. But what is Power of Attorney? Find out here.
Writing a letter of wishes alongside a will ensures you can express how you’d like your estate to be distributed. Read our guide to farewell wishes.
Witnessing a will using video-conferencing technology is now possible. But who can witness and sign a will virtually? Read our expert guide to find out.
Challenging a will is not something you do lightly. But if you have good grounds for contesting a UK will, read our guide on what you can do next.
We approached Dr Lois Tonkin to find out more about how to broach and discuss end of life planning with your loved ones.
Whilst you can’t insure your parents yourself, you can help point them in the right direction and help prepare them for the future.
Online will writing services make it easier to protect your loved ones after you've gone. Find out more and make a will online.
Putting conditional gifts in a will allows you to specify how your estate should be used. Find out more about how to put conditional bequests in a will.
If you die without leaving a will in the UK, intestacy rules come into play. Read our guide on what happens if you die without a will.