An unchangeable fact of life is that at some point we will pass away. Whilst this will be a very difficult time for your loved ones, it can also cause extra stress as they try to finalise your estate.
At this point you won’t have control over what happens to what you are leaving behind so it needs to be put in place in advance. As we don’t know when we will die, the sooner your will is written, the better.
If you die without a will in place, it can lead to years of organising, negotiation and enquiry for your loved ones. In some cases due to bank restrictions even normal bills will go unpaid which obviously causes extra pressure and strain at a time that is no doubt already very difficult.
Although planning for what happens when you die can be very difficult and upsetting, once done it will likely leave a feeling of security that you have things in place to protect those you love and care for.