Hi Myself and my husband are making a will and keeping it very simple. If he dies, I get everything. Likewise, if I die, he gets everything. We have 2 dependent children so have also had to put in place what happens if both of us die before the children come of age. We have named 2 close family members as executor, trustees & guardian. The only question is what age the children have to be before they have access to our assets in the awful event that we should both die before that. In the standard will our solicitor has drafted, it is when the younger child turns 23. We originally said 23 for them both. In this case the older child would be 29. We thought this was unfair on the older child having to wait that long so asked could the solicitor change it so that each child inherits when they turn 23. But the solicitor has said that this would be a more complex Will (with separate vesting dates) and in that case we would be charged double what was agreed for the standard will. We would be setting up two trusts with two separate vesting dates. The solicitor also stated that they are not in a position to offer tax advice on this. Should we leave it as a standard will and then get separate tax advice on setting up the trusts? I.e. so that both children come of age at 23? Will one coincide with the other? Our solicitor doesn't seem to very forthcoming on this. Please if anyone has any advice on this, that would be great.