From Headache to Heartache

From Headache to Heartache

Why do we fail to plan for the inevitable – death – despite the impact on our families? Read more »

Video Will-witnessing: making it secure

Video Will-witnessing: making it secure

The government has legalised video witnessing of wills - making it easier for people to record their final wishes during the ... Read more »

If your spouse dies, how much of their wealth do you get?

If your spouse dies, how much of their wealth do you get?

We are likely to lose a loved one at some point in our lives. But should your partner die before you, it does not mean you have to ... Read more »

Are your children really your priority?

Are your children really your priority?

A Will is a legal document you create that sets out instructions for after you die. But what do you think its principle purpose should ... Read more »

Why “partner-then-children” in Wills doesn’t work!

Why “partner-then-children” in Wills doesn’t work!

Would you like to leave what you own to your partner in first instance, and upon their death ensure your assets go to your ... Read more »

Why did the Financial Times tell people to share passwords?

Why did the Financial Times tell people to share passwords?

Despite cyber security experts warning against writing down passwords, the Financial Times (9th June 2020) didn't just tell us to write Read more »

Five tips to choosing a Will-writer

Five tips to choosing a Will-writer

In previous articles, we have looked at the cost of cheap and DIY Wills. So, if you decide to hire someone to write your Will, what ... Read more »

Understanding mental capacity

Understanding mental capacity

Parties contesting Wills typically claim there was “undue influence” placed on the deceased when he or she wrote a will. Or they may ... Read more »

Seven reasons to write your own Will

Seven reasons to write your own Will

There are many benefits to writing a Will, from making your final wishes known to protecting your loved ones. We have previously ... Read more »

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