Cheaper for us to get married.
Oh i see.I thought it was all done in one appointment and you have to think on your feet so to speak. That's one thing I'd already thought about us dying together .Sounds quite morbid XD
The whole point of them is to ask questions you haven't thought of and so won't have the answers for straight away! For us we had what happens if we all (husband and kids) die together, do we have any burial/cremation requests. Can't think of anything else right now, our solicitor was happy to talk through options and suggest things then let us go away and decide, we then rang them and when we saw her for next appointment it was all written up.
What things hadn't you thought of if you don't mind me asking as we have an appointment this month and i'm rather nervous about it. That's one of the things i'm worried about that they go over something we haven't thought of and I'll be stumped?
I have used Will Aid, and was very pleased with how it works. The solicitor made no money from it, but does build a relationship with you, and you are more likely to call on them if you should need a solicitor in the future.