Bequeathed - a guide to your will

Using this guide

When you choose Bequeathed to make your will, you’ll find lots of guidance and explanatory notes on the screens where you are being asked the relevant questions.

Sometimes, however, we know that you may want more explanation. So we have prepared this section to give you more context about the interview, what the questions mean and why we are asking them. And then we tell you what the effect of your answers will be.

You can use these pages to expand on the guidance in the interview, and it is helpfully arranged to match the structure of the interview.

What other help can you get?

Is the jargon getting in the way? We try and avoid it as much as possible, but sometimes we just can’t. After all, a will is a solemn legal document and it needs to be written and drafted in the right way. So to help you see your way through the language, we have put together a Glossary of terms which you might read in our guidance or our will, or hear in many other contexts.

And don’t always rely on what someone once said to you about the rights and wrongs of making a will: read our Mythbusters to find out the real position.

Finally – use our live chat facility to get instant help along the way.