The second of 10 lovable reasons to make a Will.
A Will allows you to say exactly who should benefit from your estate. Some people agonise over this, but the decision is final. Your Will allows you to say exactly what you mean, and you will be respected and remembered for it. For example, person A wanted son number 3 to inherit his FA Cup medal although he knew the other two sons wanted it as well. In his Will, person A made specific provision for son 3 to receive it and stated why. It is a desperately tough decision, but he made it. Talking straight is a powerful tool.