September 12, 2014 | Posted by : J Morris
Once you make a will there’s often a strong temptation to file it away and forget about it forever – after all, it’s not the most light-hearted document you’ll ever draw up. But now and again, certain situations crop up which require dusting off your will and making a few changes. Your solicitor will be able to help you work out when alterations need to be made and what you will need to change – the following list covers most of the major life events that may be cause for amendment:
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November 08, 2013 | Posted by : J Morris
Are you one of those people who have been putting of making a will because… well, you haven’t got the time, or you can’t be bothered to sort through your paperwork, or perhaps the whole thing is a bit daunting and what on earth do all those legal terms mean anyway? No more excuses! Today you’re going to get a crash course in the jargon used the will making process, and then you’re going to call a solicitor to make an appointment to draw up your will. Ok? Ok. As a responsible adult (which I’m sure you are really), there’s no other document as important as an up-to-date will to provide you with peace of ...