All too often, we avoid or delay the process of having a will drawn up. The reason is simple – we just don’t like to think of the inevitable (i.e. death). We also tend to neglect revisiting our wills once they have been drawn up. Both of these habits are problematic. It is unfair on our loved ones whom we leave behind not to have an updated will that is ready and accessible to them. Robyn de Kock, a Partner at Eversheds, and a contributor to the blog, explains the intricacies of wills and why we cannot afford to ignore them.