Mirror Wills are essentially two separate wills with very similar content. They usually aim to distribute assets to the surviving partner on the other partner's death. Mirror wills are useful if you both have mostly the same wishes, although of course, some details can be different.
For example, you may both want to leave the bulk of your assets to the surviving partner and your children but you may want to give specific things to a certain person (jewellery to your daughter, watch to your son, etc.) and have differing ideas about how your funeral should be arranged.
What would you do if you were no longer able to make important decisions? A Lasting Power of Attorney can help.
Why get a funeral plan? Find out the advantages over savings or life insurance when it comes to planning.