Many people who come to see us to make a Will or change a Will do so because they have fallen out with a family member. Some people also find themselves in the position where they wish to challenge the Will of a deceased relative. Here are some of the common situations that arise when [...]
Comment and advice on the latest legal issues, and answers to some of the questions we are often asked…Archive | Wills & Probate
What’s the worst that could happen? If you care about what happens to your property after you die, you should make a Will. Without one, the State directs who inherits, so your friends, favourite charities and relatives may get nothing. Once you have made a Will, you will know that you have done your best [...]
If you have read the excellent post ‘Have you got an up-to-date will?’ by Liz Stephen, Emsleys Head of Wills and Probate you will be under no illusions as to the importance of making a will. What may surprise some people is that even when you make a will you may not be able to [...]
It is a well known fact that over half of the adult population do not have an up to date valid will. Do you? There are many reasons why you should make a will, and if you already have one why it should be updated. It is a document which sets out your wishes following [...]
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