Have you ever wondered what happens when a loved one passes away without creating a will? Dying without a will (known as dying “intestate”) can create a tricky situation, and it’s generally not as simple as just splitting their estate neatly in parts for each relative.
Wondering what probate is? You’re not the only one. This article has everything you need to know about probate, so you can get through this period as easily as possible.
What would happen if you passed away suddenly? Would your loved ones know how to handle your property, assets and possessions?
Appointing an executor is an important decision – so what should you consider?
When many people think about their will they tend to focus on all the physical assets such as property or money however with the rapid growth of technology, it’s important we start to consider what happens to our digital assets when we die.
It seems like we are doing everything online these days, from buying the groceries to doing the banking, and now with the readily available convenience of the world wide web, making an online will is just another thing you can tick off the list. Online will kits and forms online are becoming increasingly popular and can be beneficial as a research
Ever wondered what you need to make a will? Today we share the 8 most important things to keep in mind… Making a Will – 8 Important Things to Remember Start by making a list of your assets such as cash, investments, family companies, family trusts, shares, vehicles, art, jewellery and other personal possessions of value. If you have infants, consider
Contesting a will is a hard but sometimes necessary process, and it can be difficult to navigate the rules and regulations that surround it. In our experience as will dispute lawyers, we have come across some common questions that people need answers to when it comes to contesting wills. We’ve answered some of the main ones here, so you know
Everyone deserves to be treated fairly in their loved one’s will, but this doesn’t always happen. If you get left out, or don’t receive what you believe to be your fair share, can you fight it? It’s possible to contest a will, but be aware – just because you ask, doesn’t mean you shall receive. We’ve outlined in detail who