In this day and age, the drafting of a Will in which a couple simply leave everything to each other otherwise their children in equal shares is not sufficient and there are a number of reasons for this.
Your Will is a document which binds your Executor/s with obligations to distribute your estate as per your wishes stated in your Will.
Consequently, careful thought must be given to what you wish your Will to achieve, and you need to provide your solicitor with clear instructions as to what it is that you are trying to achieve.
Below are some matters you need to consider when you wish to make your Will.
It cannot be emphasised strongly enough that the drafting of the Will is only part of your estate planning.
It is strongly recommended that you speak to your legal professional to ensure that the assets you have carefully collected over your lifetime will be distributed to the people that you wish to have those assets.