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Are Verbal Changes to a Will Valid?
Are Verbal Changes to a Will Valid?
It is vitally important that a will, once written, is kept up to date. However, any alterations should be made in codicil form wherever possible, in order to avoid…...
Can I Set up Another Trust?
Can I Set up Another Trust?
Trusts can be an excellent means by which individuals can reduce their Inheritance Tax liability. However, you should be sure that the terms of the trust allow you the…...
Moving to Canada, Would My Will Cover the UK Law?
Moving to Canada, Would My Will Cover the UK Law?
Inheritance and intestacy are complex legal areas. These issues are further clouded when issues of domicile and dual citizenship are introduced....
No Will and High Debts: How to Decide Who to Pay?
No Will and High Debts: How to Decide Who to Pay?
Debt after death is a confusing and sometimes upsetting topic. It is further complicated when the individual in question has died intestate....
Should Deceased Person's Estate Pay Bank Loan?
Should Deceased Person's Estate Pay Bank Loan?
Many people die with outstanding loans. Dealing with creditors can be difficult in these circumstances, and it is important that you know your legal position....
Solicitor Contact: Executors Who Are Also Beneficiaries?
Solicitor Contact: Executors Who Are Also Beneficiaries?
The successful execution of a will relies on the delegation of duties between appointed executors, and all executors should have access to all pertinent information…...
What if a Witness to Will Dies Before You?
What if a Witness to Will Dies Before You?
The witnessing of a will is one of the most important safeguards required by the probate process. While the death of a witness does not invalidate a will, it is…...
Where Can I Find a Revoked Will?
Where Can I Find a Revoked Will?
It is important to ensure that previous wills are destroyed, in order to avoid potential confusion. As such, previously revoked wills should not be kept....
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