Making the decision to begin a family trusts can be plagued with a deluge of complex questions and unfamiliar territory. Unless you’re well-versed in the
Are you able to Exclude a Child or other Beneficiary from your Will? English Law gives you the freedom to exclude a child or any
How long does usually it take to Obtain a Grant of Probate? Once the application for a Grant of Probate has been made, it usually takes in
How you make your Will and your use of Trusts can affect how much your children inherit, if anything at all!
The examples below show how five married couples approached their Will writing and estate planning requirements and demonstrates that not all Wills are the same.
Two thirds of adult Brits don’t have a will. To ‘die intestate’ is to expire without one. That could be a terrible mistake, not least because the majority of the legislation which determines how assets are apportioned when there’s no will is almost a century old.