Wills and Probate Articles
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With the recent property boom and families becoming more and more scattered, an increasing number of people are dying with significant assets, no will in place, and no close relatives to leave their fortune to.
It’s easy to put off making one, but dying without a will in place can have serious consequences for your surviving family members.
In this post, we take a light-hearted look at some weird and wonderful funeral requests from around the world.
We show you a few more steps you can take to effectively reduce or eliminate inheritance tax obligations, exploring trusts, life insurance and wills.
In this first of a two-part blog, we explore some of the most effective steps you can take to reduce or even eliminate your inheritance tax obligations.
In this post, we take a look at the risks and downsides of writing your own will, before looking at the benefits of having your will written professionally by a solicitor you trust
Writing a will isn’t something to take lightly – get it wrong, and it could have serious repercussions. Make sure this doesn’t happen to you by following these top 10 tips to writing a will.
There’s a lot of responsibility that comes with being an executor of a will – which is why it’s so important that you choose the right people for the job at hand.