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Eight things to consider when leaving a gift to charity in your will

Eight things to consider when leaving a gift to charity in your will

Leaving a donation to charity in your will is not as straightforward as it might seem. Which? explains what you need to be mindful of.

Could your will be contested after your death?

Could your will be contested after your death?

More people are challenging wills, even though costs can exceed £75,000. We explain why a will can be disputed and how to make your will secure.

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.

How to track down a will when a loved one passes away suddenly

How to track down a will when a loved one passes away suddenly

Which? explains what to do if you can't find the will, after our research found most people are unaware of one of the quickest methods for locating one.

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.

Shopping around for legal advice could save you more than £2,000

Shopping around for legal advice could save you more than £2,000

The price of legal services such as conveyancing, getting a grant of probate, making a will and divorce varies across England and Wales. Here's how to save.

Will services in high demand – how to make a will quickly and cheaply

Will services in high demand – how to make a will quickly and cheaply

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.

Two in five homeowners don’t have a will: what happens if you die without one?

Two in five homeowners don’t have a will: what happens if you die without one?

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.

Dying without a will: fixed inheritance sum for spouses rises to £270,000

Dying without a will: fixed inheritance sum for spouses rises to £270,000

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.

Five million choosing not to get married: why writing a will needs to be a priority

Five million choosing not to get married: why writing a will needs to be a priority

Unmarried couples need to write a will even more than married folk. Which? takes a look at what to include and what to avoid.

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