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Many people avoid writing their will simply because they do not know how. Here you will find guides on every aspect of will writing, intestacy, and inheritance. Whether you wish to write a will for the first time or you want to know how to deal with the probate process.
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Business Succession
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Coping With Loss
Coping With Loss: How Do I Find a Will?, What is Bereavement?, The Effects of...
Executorships
Executorships: Should I Use a Professional Executor?, Power of Attorney, What is an...
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Funeral Planning: Pre-Paid Funerals, Can I Leave Funeral Arrangements In My Will?,...
Life Insurance
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Making a Will
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Probate
Probate: The Probate Process, Probate Valuation, Applying for a Grant of...
Scottish Wills
Scottish Wills: How Does Scottish and English Succession Law Differ?, Understanding...
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Who Do I Name In My Will
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  • Butler
    Re: Life Estates
    My father has just died and I always thought he owned his property as I found deeds etc but now have found paperwork indicating it is owned by a…
    13 November 2018
  • Sheri
    Re: Life Estates
    My daughter's father has a lifetime tenancy on his late mother's property. The property is a three bed bungalow on 1.8 acres in Copthirne, Sussex. On…
    8 November 2018
  • Sue
    Re: Life Estates
    In my mums will she expressed the wish for her partner to be a life tenant. It also states that we must allow him to move house as often as he wishes.…
    5 October 2018
  • giblet
    Re: How Legally Binding is a Will?
    My wife has just passed away and we have found a will we didn't know existed. It leaves various bits and bobs but also leaves…
    30 September 2018
  • Solly
    Re: Why Make a Will?
    I just read what I said and I meant to say if you are the witness to the signing of the will. If a person is living as if they are the…
    5 September 2018
  • Solly
    Re: Why Make a Will?
    I have read that if you are the spouse or civil partner of a beneficiary of a will, the beneficiary may not receive anything from the estate. What…
    5 September 2018
  • TheWillExpert
    Re: How Legally Binding is a Will?
    John - Your Question:Is the validity of a will only governed by the signatures of witnesses, or has it to be registered…
    8 August 2018
  • John
    Re: How Legally Binding is a Will?
    Is the validity of a will only governed by the signatures of witnesses, or has it to be registered somewhere ie Solicitors ???…
    7 August 2018
  • TheWillExpert
    Re: Life Estates
    AB - Your Question:My husband and I married later in life- he sold his house at a very generous price to his daughter to enable her to get on the prope
    24 July 2018
  • Tanya
    Re: Life Estates
    My parents have a lifetime tenancy and thereafter their inheritors. They are getting older and the property has quite a lot of stairs. Is there a way…
    21 July 2018
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