From The Guardian, 25th August 2015
In the UK we are not very good at drawing up wills. In fact, fewer than half of UK adults have done so, leaving 26 million people with no formal instructions for what should happen to their possessions on their death.
But perhaps we’re just not imaginative enough. After all, for some people a will is not just a list of bequests; it’s a chance to leave a loved-one a final thoughtful gesture, or show a hopeful relative how much you preferred the dog to them.
Click on the following link for 10 strange bequests left in wills for anyone needing a little inspiration …