Wills & probate
In the coronavirus crisis, it's never been more important to have a plan in place for the type of treatment and care we receive at the end of life.
Coronavirus is forcing major changes to the way funerals are conducted. We explain what these new rules mean for the bereaved.
Demand for wills has doubled with the threat of coronavirus with some law firms turning away clients. Here's how to get the right will and powers of attorney for you quickly and easily even when you're self-isolating.
Over two fifths of homeowners haven't written a will meaning their loved ones could lose out - but making one is easier than you think.
The fixed sum a surviving partner gets when a spouse or civil partner dies without a will is rising to £270,000 - but no will means they can still lose out.
Unmarried couples need to write a will even more than married folk. Which? takes a look at what to include and what to avoid.
Bereaved families no longer face the prospect of a hefty bill for probate applications, with the government announcing a planned fee rise will not go ahead.
Millions of adults in the UK haven’t made a will. We run through common misconceptions that could be holding them back and what the reality is.
Families could be hit with huge bills after a loved one passes away after a shake-up to probate fees. Which? explains the new fees and how much you'll pay.
Nearly one million people could get Power of Attorney refund after being overcharged for applications by the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG).