Yes, we are little biased… but for us, Shakespeare’s Will is one of his more fascinating works!
Signed in 1616, it follows the same basic constructs, and let’s face it – with a son-in-law struck out, and very specific bequests listed… the human instincts that we have still have today. Shakespeare died a month after this will was written, having caught a fever at a ‘merry party’ thrown by fellow writer, Ben Jonson. He was buried in Stratford upon Avon church.
Be like Will, have a Will.
We will not advise you to leave your second-best bed to your spouse! but we can deliver you a professional Will and further Estate Planning to ensure that your wishes are carried out to the letter.
For more on this, see this great article here from No Sweat Shakespeare