Within this pack, you will find:
With our Unmarried Will Pack, you have the ability for a one-time advice call as well as having one of your created documents reviewed by our legal team.
Use this Will if you're aged 18 or above and not currently married or in a civil partnership. This includes those who've divorced or had their civil partnership dissolved, those whose spouse or civil partner has died, and those who've never been married or in a civil partnership. Use it if you're single or in a relationship. It will allow you to make as many gifts of money or specific items you would like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts to as many people as you like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary how you would like to leave the remainder of your estate, make provisions for the care of pets and appoint guardians for any children. This Will is suitable for use in England & Wales and Northern Ireland.
Your 'digital assets' are things you manage or store on your computer, tablet, smartphone or online, such as photos, videos, music, e-books, blogs, domain names, movies, emails, conversations, social media, games, bank accounts and medical records. In the online environment, the term can describe both an account, such as a social media account and the content held in that account, such as photos, messages, posts, etc.
This document is a list of all your digital assets, online accounts and digital devices. It is in 2 parts.
You will complete the first part online. This details what digital assets and devices you have. You will also be able to say what you want to happen to each of these after your death and include additional information to help with the management and distribution of your digital assets/devices after your death.
In the second part, you can provide access instructions for each of your digital assets and devices (i.e. the passwords, PINs, answers to security questions, etc. that are needed to gain access to these). The second part has to be completed offline because of the sensitivity of the information.