This will template allows the testator to place his or her estate, after specific gifts, into two trusts: one that has a life beneficiary (such as a wife or a husband), and another that is a discretionary trust.
This document sets out your decision to refuse life-sustaining treatment should you lose capacity in the future to make decisions about your healthcare.
This will template is most likely to be used by someone with a young family and a share in a private company or business partnership.
This will template allows you to split your estate so that a proportion helps support someone (such as an unmarried partner or brother or sister) for the rest of his or her life and the remainder gives other beneficiaries income or capital from your estate earlier.
This will template has been drawn to allow a testator to support someone (such as a spouse or partner) for the rest of his or her life or subject to certain conditions, before dividing the remainder the estate between ultimate beneficiaries.
This family will has been designed for parents of young children. It could also be used by a grandparent leaving their estate to an adult son or daughter with a young family.
This will is suitable for someone who owns shares in a private company or who is a partner in a business partnership, and who wishes to have a straightforward will.
This free template creates a simple last will and testament, but contains numerous options so that it will be suitable in many circumstances.
This free template creates a last will and testament where the testator leaves all his or her assets to one person after making specific gifts of money and possessions.
This free template creates a simple last will and testament where the testator leaves all his or her assets to one other person (adult).
Letter requesting executor to act.
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