Legally, you’re not obliged to act as an executor, even if named in a will. Here’s what to do if you wish to pass on the role.
Our blog will explain how and why you should be considering writing your will and its importance when you are a parent.
Small changes to your will can be made via codicil; for bigger changes, however, you may need to draft a new one from scratch.
If you are thinking of contesting a will, you’ll need to consider whether the will reflects the deceased’s wishes. Here are some ways it can be challenged.
Expert advice on providing for a vulnerable adult or child in your will. Read on for how to protect them from being taken advantage of.
If you have a blended family you will want to protect everyone in your will. We’ve got the expert advice you need to prepare your will and avoid future problems.
If you are planning on making someone under 18 the beneficiary of your will, there are several things to consider. We’ve got the information you need right here.
Here’s what we can learn from the famous Will Disputes of Paul Walker, Bob Marley and Pablo Picasso, to make sure that your final wishes are respected.
When dealing with the administration of your your estate after your death. Your executors will have a number of tasks to undertake in order to administer your estate, before they can carry out the instructions contained in your Will.
It is a common mistake to think that once you have made a Will you don`t need to check its contents regularly.
Over half of all adults currently living in the UK do not have a Will. What does this mean for them in the future?
To illustrate this point we can look at two of the most talented and highly regarded legends in the music industry, Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon.