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Making a will: four dos and three don’ts

Making a will: four dos and three don’ts

Which? sets out what to do – and what not to do – to ensure your will makes the process of administering an estate easier for your executors.

The smartest ways to give money to your children and grandchildren

The smartest ways to give money to your children and grandchildren

Which? explains the best ways to give money to loved ones before you pass away to save them paying more inheritance tax than they need to.

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Will-writing soars in lockdown: have you got your affairs in order?

Will-writing soars in lockdown: have you got your affairs in order?

During the pandemic, many people have been putting their affairs in order - but new research shows the majority still don't have a will.

Coronavirus: should you make an advance care plan?

Coronavirus: should you make an advance care plan?

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.

More than half of parents don’t have a will. But what will happen to your children if you die?

More than half of parents don’t have a will. But what will happen to your children if you die?

We explain everything you need to know about writing a will, and what could happen if you die without one.

Millions risk dying without a will

Millions risk dying without a will

Many people without a will believe they have nothing worth inheriting - but the risks are high. Which? explains who needs a will and how to get one.

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