“In my life I have come face to face with death on two occasions.
“On the first, my own life was threatened after I was stabbed during a mugging in Queen’s Park and lost nearly half my blood. The second involved the loss of my father Billy who died shortly after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
“Both made me realise that life is too short. And both made me accept that death is very, very final. There are no comebacks, revivals or retaliations. A Will is therefore a vital document that allows you to pass on your final wishes to the people you love most.
“It is also the only way to ensure those people are provided for.
“Making a Will with Will Aid means peace of mind. You never know what is around the corner and drawing up this simple document allows you to continue living each day to the full without worrying about what happens after the thunderbolt.”