Get a free Will Kit worth up to £150* with your Smart Insurance® policy
Take out a Smart Insurance policy and you’ll also get a legal Will Kit, which is another way we help you care for those you love.
Our Will Kit can help you prepare you last wishes by helping you find out what you need to know about drawing up a will, with easy-to-understand instructions, and providing the forms to help you complete your will.
Why a Will is important
If you're over 18, a Will is undoubtedly one of the most important things you can put in place to help ensure both the financial and emotional security of your family if you were to pass away.
Your Will isn’t just about sharing out your assets, although that is an important part. It’s about who you appoint to look after your estate. If you have children, it’s about who should care for them if you’re no longer there. You can also make your wishes clear about how their inheritance should be managed if they’re not old enough to look after it themselves.
Your Will can also let you set out what happens to you when you die. For example, if you want to be cremated rather than buried, you can include that in your Will so that your wishes are clear. Of course, if your financial affairs or family situation are complicated, you should talk to a legal or tax professional to ensure your Will is sound.
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