Hi, Am looking for general advice regarding the making of a will. A little information to assist. My Mother, who is in the early stages of Alzheimers, has already made plans for her funeral and opted for a pre-paid funeral. My Mother is 70 years of age later this year. However, attention was then turned to other financial matters, specifically a will. My Mothers finances are of the simplest kind, being that she only has the 1 bank account (over which she has sole control-I receive letters regarding benefits, such as HB/CT/SP/PC & AA, and try to simplify their contents when explaining these!) Mother has always mentioned that she wishes whatever monies that maybe left, would go to her youngest Grandson (who is only 3 years of age), and who since birth, has brought her much happiness and many happy memories, long may these last. In order to complete the picture, there are other Grandchildren, who are all either in late teens/adults and some of whom have lost contact. Of my Mothers 4 children, 2 eldest (of which I am 1), are happy for this to happen, regarding 3rd child, no contact has been made for a few years, and the youngest, is the Father of the Grandson my Mother wishes to leave whatever monies are left, so cannot foresee any argument on this aspect. On the above basis and information, is it fair to say that a self drawn/'over the counter' will kit will suffice for such matters to be dealt with, fairly and legally? Or, are there any mental health organisations that would be able to help-(have looked at AgeUK website, which appear to direct viewers to a firm of solicitors who would charge for this). How have other readers dealt with a similar position? Obviously, the sooner that this can be dealt with the better, and any views and/or responses are gratefully received. Many thanks.