Comprehensive Will for an unmarried person (Scotland) (pair)

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Note: This product contains four templates, one Will for each testator (person whose Will this is) to complete plus two Letters of Wishes.

This Will is designed for someone who is not married or in a civil partnership, whether or not they have a partner and whether or not they have any children. It will allow you to make as many gifts of money or specific items as you like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts (i.e. the residue) to as many persons you would like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary how you would like to leave the residue of your estate and appoint guardians for your children. This Will is suitable for use in Scotland only.

This product is suitable for use in: Scotland

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  • Comprehensive Will for an unmarried person (Scotland)

    Use this Will if you're aged 18 or above and not currently married or in a civil partnership. This includes those who've divorced or had their civil partnership dissolved, those whose spouse or civil partner has died, and those who've never been married or in a civil partnership. Use it if you're single or in a relationship.

    It will allow you to make as many gifts of money or specific items as you like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts to as many people as you like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary how you would like to leave the remainder of your estate and appoint guardians for any children.

    This Will is suitable for use in Scotland only. Do not use it if you own anything located in a member country of the European Union other than the UK, Ireland or Denmark.

  • Letter of wishes

    A letter of wishes is an informal letter addressed to your executors or to the trustees of any trust created by your Will. It is used to tell them what you would like to happen following your death. Unlike your Will, the letter of wishes does not become publicly available when you die. It can be used to help or guide your executors or trustees on pretty much anything you wish. It does not interfere with or restrict the discretion of the executors or trustees in any way.

Most documents take about 15 - 45 minutes

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  1. 1 Fill in an questionnaire online Answer the straightforward questions at your convenience
  2. 2 Submit to a team of legal professionals Our team will advise you and approve your document
  3. 3 Print and sign your document Once approved, simply print and sign your document

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"Now that we have made our Will we feel much more secure and reassured. And at the end of the day it was a very easy process for us."

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