Preparing a Will
A will is a legally binding document where you state your instructions for how your estate should be distributed when you pass away. They may also be used to appoint guardians to take care of your minor children, and executors to manage your estate on death.
Executors and Trustees
Information courtesy of the Society of Will Writers
When Duke of Edinburgh passed away last year at the grand age of 99, the nation mourned his passing and reflected on his extraordinary life. As is often the case when a high-profile, public figure passes away, attention soon turned to the contents of his Will. However, those hoping for a glimpse into the private…
The Government has extended legislation making Wills witnessed, via video link, legally valid until January 31st 2024. Originally enacted in July 2020, and backdated to include Wills signed after 31st January 2020, this legislation amended the law in response to the challenges faced during the Covid pandemic. The Wills Act 1837 sets out the majority…