I suppose the more pertinent question is why wouldn't you draft a will?
If it is a matter of money, take a look at online services. We strongly believe that you get what you pay for. Why not request quotes from three local solicitors and compare where you stand?
If you want to run by what you have been quoted, just get in touch.
If you simply have not had time to get round to it, we think you should. Just do it.
Your will is your legal protection for your loved ones. Your will allows you to define many things including how your finances work when you die. Your will may also focus your attention on what is important to you now.
The Government will want to see your original will when you die for your executors to obtain grant of probate.
Yonderlife is complementary to your will.
Here are the facts about what happens if you die without a will.
We like to think of drafting a will as more common sense than amplifying the fear of what happens without one.