More than two fifths (44%) of homeowners do not have a will in place; of those who don’t have a will because they have ‘nothing valuable to pass on’, one in six own a property, according to research from Royal London.
Mona Patel, consumer spokesperson at Royal London, said: "It's surprising that some people don't think their home is worth including in their will. Writing a will seems to be seen as an admin task that...
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