Only two in five adults have will in place, as Covid-19 triggers action, Royal London research shows
Coronavirus has spurred one in six adults (15%) to think about their will, whether this is enquiring about a will (7%), updating an existing will (6%) or creating a new one (4%), a survey has shown. Ahead of Free Wills Month in October, a scheme backed by charities which offers free will services to those aged over 55, the Royal London annual research among 2000 UK adults shows that only two in five adults (41%) have a valid will in place. The Covid-19 pandemic has been the main driving force...
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