Who are the valid witnesses to a will? In this Legal & General guide, we explore who can sign a will so that the document is executed properly.
If you die without leaving a will in the UK, intestacy rules come into play. Read our guide on what happens if you die without a will.
A beneficiary can change a will after death by organising what’s known as a deed of variation. But what is a deed of variation? Find out in our guide.
Being the executor of a will is a big task, but it’s an important way of fulfilling someone’s wishes. Read our guide on what an executor does
Writing a will is important in making sure your loved ones inherit your money and assets after you’re gone. But what should you put in a will? Read our guide.
Writing a will is an important life decision, but why are some people choosing not to? We commissioned a survey to understand people’s will making habits. Read more.
Challenging a will is not something you do lightly. But if you have good grounds for contesting a UK will, read our guide on what you can do next.
Putting conditional gifts in a will allows you to specify how your estate should be used. Find out more about how to put conditional bequests in a will.