“Be prepared and don’t throw [bond of] caution to the wind”
It is often a sense of duty that drives us to make a Will. We feel it is our own responsibility to put our personal affairs in order. For some, it is to avoid this burden falling on our families. For many, it is to take control of the distribution of our estates, to make sure it is shared among the right people, in the right proportions. For others, it is to minimise the potential for conflict after we are gone.