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Option 2: We I  would like to leave the residue of our estate to each other and appoint each other as sole beneficiary and executor. After our deaths the remainder of the estate to go directly to our child/children   

I.E I leave everything to my spouse/partner, if they should pre-decease me then I leave my estate to my child/children in equal shares.

The residue is the remainder of an estate after the deduction of taxes and payment of just debts which can include funeral costs.
 
Section 1
If you have any difficulty with the below Instruction form, please don't worry,  you will have ample opportunity during the drafting of your Last Will to make amendments to any information supplied here.

                 Your Personal Details.

Will A Salutation Mr  Mrs   Miss   Rev    Dr    Other 
Your Full Name    
Will B Salutation Mr  Mrs   Miss   Rev    Dr    Other 
Spouse/Partners name
    Your Full Postal Address        

                                     

                                                              Post Code

Country of Residence       
Telephone Number         
Please State If You Are:  Single  Married    Civil Partnership   Divorced    Separated   Common law Partners     Widowed   

Other relationship  

Are you both over 18 and of sound mind?   Yes No 
 

Option 2: To each other,  then after our deaths to our children?       

 

        section 2                          Your Choices
To each other,  then after our deaths to our children.  

would you like the residue to go in equal shares to your children.

Yes No (I.E.) I leave everything to my spouse/partner, if they should pre-decease me then I leave my estate to my child/children in equal shares.

Your Children include legally adopted Children

Do not enter stepchildren here

Will A: How many children do you have including legally adopted children?
Will B: How many children does your Spouse/partner have including legally adopted children?
Are your children over 18 

Yes   No  

Are your partners children over 18  

Yes  No

Children cannot inherit until the age of 18. Would you like to stipulate an older age 21 for example) 
What are their names                                          (Do not put stepchildren)
Will Aage if under 18
Will Aage  if under 18
Will Aage if under 18
If same parentage just add (as above) or copy and paste.             (Do not put stepchildren)
Will Bage if under 18
Will Bage  if under 18
Will Bage  if under 18
If you have more children use the additional information box at the end of the form
                                  Section 3: Your Stepchildren? 
Do You or your partner have any stepchildren?         Yes    No  

         

*Will A: Do you have any stepchildren?  No/     Yes  /if yes how many?
Will A: Your Stepchildren
*Put YOUR stepchildren's names below and state if they are to be added or excluded from your Last Will
1,Are they to be Added or Excluded
2,Are they to be Added or Excluded
3,Are they to be Added or Excluded
If you have more step-children use the additional information box at the end of the form
Will B: Your spouse or partners stepchildren
Does your Spouse/partner have any step children?  No/ Yes /if yes how many?
*Put your stepchildren's names below and state if they are to be added or excluded from your Last Will
1,Are they to be Added or Excluded
2,Are they to be Added or Excluded
3,Are they to be Added or Excluded
                                               Section  4
                     Naming a guardian for your children?

If you are a parent with children under the age of 18 this is probably the most important  reason why you should make a Last Will. 

Did you know that if you die without naming a guardian for your children in your Will the state would have to name one for you?...  AFTER THEY make this decision , COSTS would could be incurred for doing it, probably payable from your estate.

If at the time of executing (making) your Last Will you have any infants, (children under 18 years) then you should  appoint someone in your Last Will to act as a guardian for the child or children in the event that both parents should perish together prematurely.

This would be making your wishes know in a legal and binding manner.

Testators with minor children should consider who would have the care of any minor children who survive them.

The guardianship of minors act 1971 has been repealed in its entirety by the Childrens Act 1989, Schedule 15.

A parent with parental responsibility may appoint a guardian. Broadly speaking, a mother has parental responsibility irrespective of her marital status. A father has automatic parental responsibility if he has been married to the mother at any time later than the date of conception. An unmarried father may aquire parental responsibility by court order or agreement with the Childs mother. An appointment may be made by Last Will or in writing (section 5 (5)).

An appointment by one spouse where the other spouse survives will now not normally take effect until after the death of the surviving spouse. If the surviving spouse also appoints a guardian, the two guardians will act together after the death of the surviving spouse.

Consideration must be given to appoint someone appropriate, who can possibly exercise the same love and care for the infant child as you would have done yourself. Or at the very least give someone OF YOUR CHOICE a parental voice in the decisions of your infants child's future.

If a guardian is not appointed by you in your Last Will the state steps in and decides who will have parental responsibility for your child. The infant can be made a "ward of court". 

You could perhaps ask a close relative or Godparent to fill this, substitute parental role. This is a very important role and any ambiguity should be avoided if naming more than one.  Remember this guardian would only usually step in if both natural parents should die. Any surviving parent may have parental responsibility.

Would you like to appoint a guardian  in this will YES     No

*Guardian name   

Guardian Address 

                                                    Section 5
Section 5: Alternate Beneficiaries.

In the very unlikely event that your above beneficiaries have pre-decease you, you may like to add alternate beneficiaries.

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Do you wish to name an alternate beneficiary? Yes    No (if no go to section 7)
Does your spouse or partner wish to name an alternate beneficiary      

Yes    No if yes We will contact you about this during the will drafting

                                              Section 6
                                         Your Executors.

If you have chosen your partner to be your sole beneficiary and executor, and you have also chosen an alternate beneficiary such as your children then you should name that person as an (alternate) executor. You can appoint up to four people to act as executors  to act together or in succession.

 Alternately if for example you have have chosen your wife as sole beneficiary and executor and she has pre deceased you, or you have perished together, then you may wish to appoint your children as alternate executors (if over 18)

You may also appoint as a joint executor a child or someone else named to assist your main beneficiary if you feel it would be a help to them.

We strongly advise you to name at least one alternate executor below.

Your alternate executor  other than your spouse or partner? Will A
Alternate Executors Name     

Alternate Executors Address 

Second Executor Name    *Optional

Their  address 

Will B
Your Partner/Spouses alternate executors (if different from above)
We have chosen the same executors Yes If yes, go to section 9 below
Alternate Executors Name     

Alternate Executors Address 

Second Executor Name    *Optional

Their  address 

                                                            Section 7
                                   Exclusions from your will

This means anyone who you think may have a claim to your estate.  (Such as estranged spouse or partner). 

WILL A, Do you wish to name any exclusions?   Yes    No 
If yes We will contact you about this during the will drafting
                                                 Section 8
                                               Gifts.

Do you have any specific gifts to name in your will?

If you want to leave any "small inexpensive" gifts in your will it is acceptable for you to add a written  list yourself called, "A Memorandum of Wishes", which you should keep with but separate from your will. This has the advantage that you can alter or update your list of small gifts without having to amend your will. (200 limit, per gift item is our suggestion in monetary value)

Yes please enclose a memorandum of wishes with our Last Wills 

Do you have any specific gifts to name in your will? other than above 

Yes    No 

Does your partner/spouse have any specific gifts to name in their will?  

Yes    No 

if yes We will contact you about this during the will drafting
                                              Section 9
                                 Funeral Arrangements and Recital
Will A. Do you wish to be:

Buried?    Cremated?       or have no preference?

Will B. Do you wish to be:

Buried?    Cremated?       or have no preference?

Do you or your partner wish to add a recital in your Last Will.

This could be perhaps a request for your ashes to be scattered at sea. A burial and service at your preferred church. It could be a thank you message, or any comments you wish to leave to your loved ones. 

Will A, Your Recital

 

Will B, Your Recital

 

                                                         Section 10
                                   Additional information 

Do you have any comments or questions?  If so please comment here.

Additional information box

                                             Section 11
                                        Your Payment
We confirm that we are over the age of 18 years, and are of sound mind. The information on this form is complete and accurate and is to be used as the basis for preparing our Last Will and Testament. In addition to appointments, and distribution of residue, we agree to our executors having normal powers to aid the administration of Our Estates. We know of no circumstances which would prevent our Estates being distributed as we have requested.

We agree to provide replies to emails and drafts pertaining to our wills in a timely manner.

We understand that a Last Will only becomes legally valid after it has been signed and witnessed, and witnesses must not be beneficiaries or their spouse. WiseWills provide full written instructions and will be available to give advice.
Organ Donation

WILL A: Would you like to Donate Organs Yes    No

Would you like to leave your mortal remains to medical research Yes    No

Organ Donation

WILL B: Would you like to Donate Organs Yes    No

Would you like to leave your mortal remains to medical research Yes    No

(In some situations after medical research you may qualify for a funeral service

I/We agree to the above       

I/We disagree to the above     

Your E-Mail Address         Essential

Your Telephone Number Helpful (for queries only).

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