1 – Consolidate a list of everything you own
Create a list that details everything you own, including your assets and estate. It’s important at this stage to decide who you wish to be your executor. For assistance, take a look at our Will planner found here.
2 – Decide who you would like to include in your Will
Deciding who to include in your Will is a big decision and one which requires much thought. Aside from your nearest and dearest, a donation to the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund, no matter how big or small, is an incredible gift.
3 – Enlist a solicitor to write your will
To create your Will, we suggest contacting a solicitor to ensure all legal procedures and your wishes are correctly carried out efficiently and effectively.
1 – Re-evaluate your circumstances
Have your circumstances changed since you last made your Will? Ensure you review your Will to ensure all information is up-to-date.
2 – Assess who you have included
Leaving your assets to your nearest and dearest is the norm, but have you considered Children’s Heart Surgery Fund in your Will? A donation, no matter the amount, is an incredible gift and will help thousands of children and families who are dealing with the struggles of congenital heart disease.
3 – Choose who will make your amendments
Minor amendments can often be changed with the use of a codicil, which is an addition to your Will that explains, modifies or revokes information which was previously included. For advice on how to amend your Will, please contact a solicitor.