Choosing Executors

Choosing Executors When appointing Executors, think carefully especially if your Will is to be drafted by a Charity or solicitors that they instruct to draft a Will on your behalf. If you have relatives, be it, children, nieces, nephews, to mention but a few, they are preferable as Executors to appointing a Charity especially if you have given
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Wills, Intestacy and Probate

If your loved one does not leave a Will, then government rules dictate how their money, property or possessions will be distributed. This may not be what he or she wished.   Unmarried couples and partners who have not registered a civil partnership cannot inherit from each other unless they have a Will.   If
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Do I require a Will and if so what type

Your personal circumstances determine the kind of Will you need. If you have assets valued at £5000 or under, then you will probably require a simple Will. If your assets are over £5000, your beneficiaries will require a Grant of Probate to administer your estate. For example, a bank will require that document before they
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February 2016 news

Living Wills A tool has been created to help people control end-of-life decisions. My Living Will is an online tool that provides information about an advance decision and advance statement. It enables a person to create a personalised advance decision to refuse treatment. Pensions The Chancellor is expected to abolish the tiered system of tax
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