What happens to my children/grandchildren?

It is particularly important to make a Will if you have young children or grandchildren.

Through your Will, you can ensure that you protect their financial future and appoint your chosen guardians to look after them.

Some things to consider when it comes to your grandchildren in your will:
- Clearly outline what you wish to leave to each grandchild, whether it's a specific sum of money, property, investments, or other assets. You can allocate specific percentages or fixed amounts.

- Include provisions for contingencies, such as what happens if a grandchild predeceases you. You may decide whether their share goes to their descendants or is redistributed among the surviving grandchildren.

- Specify the age at which your grandchildren will inherit their share. Some people choose to set a certain age, such as 21 or 25, to ensure that the inheritance is managed responsibly.