Writing a will is essential if you want the right people to benefit.
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At eighty-eight years of age, Ken Jones is a pretty active chap, not only a volunteer driver for OPAL but also one of its trustees. He’s also been pretty active about planning for his future: when most people find it difficult to make one will, Ken has made three in total. Each will was updated following a family bereavement.
Ken says: “Writing a will is essential – as you get older it’s harder to find relatives so if you want the right people to benefit making a will is the only way to go.”
In his latest will Ken has even chosen the hymns for his funeral service, decided on cremation and knows where his ashes will be scattered – with his wife’s.