There’s no one set form. And as everyone’s circumstances and assets differ, so too do everyone’s wills.
But you’ll probably want to state:
You can also appoint people to help carry out the wishes you’ve included in the will: executors. They should be someone you trust to get things done, in the way you want them to be done. It could be a friend or family member (including someone named as a beneficiary in your will), or an independent professional such as a lawyer or accountant.
Choose wisely – they’ll be the ones acting for you when you’re not here to act!