Many people think that they don't need a Will simply because they are not homeowners. This is a myth.
In reality everyone needs to make a Will regardless of whether or not they own property.
People also tell us that they are far too young to make a Will. So what would happen if you die earlier than expected and leave children with no parent ?
Your Will can be an ideal way of detailing your preferences regarding guardianship for your children.
In your Will you can specify what funeral arrangements you would like. You can outline burial or cremation arrangements in as much detail as you like.
You can also use your will to give details of where your most precious items should go to. They don't have to be valuable, you can leave all sorts of items to loved ones and friends.
In your Will you can also insert exclusions for anyone who might have a claim on your estate that you prefer not to inherit. This can apply to estranged partners, lost relatives and ex spouses.
Your Will can also be used to give a sum of money or a percentage of your estate to a charity.
In fact you can pretty much put any scenario in your Will and it's the only opportunity you will ever have to make your wishes known formally before you depart.
So why not give it some thought and think about making your Will today.