12th June 2017
A Will is the only way to legally safeguard what happens to your estate after you die and more than four in five voters in our May poll agreed that having a Will is important – but they could not agree on just how important it was.
There was an even split among the 81% who regarded having a Will as important, between those who consider it ‘crucial’, ‘very important’ and ‘reasonably important’.
The 19% who did not see the value in a Will all agreed that it was ‘not at all important.’
Whilst the overwhelming majority do see the merit in having a Will, the split response may suggest that getting a Will organised is a bigger priority for some of our members than for others.
|How important do you feel it is to have a Will?||Results|
|Not very important||0%|
|Not at all important||19%|