Trusts and Wills
Making a will enables you and your family to plan exactly what happens to your estate following your demise. This ensures that those who you want to benefit do just that.
You can also use your will to tell people about any other wishes you have, like instructions for your burial or cremation.
Your executor will do their best to make sure your wishes are followed, as long as they don’t involve breaking the law.
It might not always be possible for your executors to carry out your instructions.
For example, a person you want to leave something to might die before you do, but if you have a will there’s a better chance of things happening the way you want.