A lot of people we deal with find the Will and Estate Planning process a little uncomfortable, however that's completely normal.
To help you with this we have some simple case studies below that show how having the right documents in place can protect your loved ones right when they need it most.
When you own a property or part of a property in your own name, your Will controls what happens to that property. We often see clients wishing to provide a loved one (usually a spouse) with the ability to live in that house, and yet still ensuring that the house ultimately ends up with someone…Read More
It is not uncommon for Wills to appoint more than one person as Executors- often adult siblings. And unfortunately, it is also not uncommon for siblings to fight. We see this regularly in estates where the siblings are both Executors but can’t agree or communicate on the running of the estate. So, what happens? Initial…Read More