Owning a property abroad will require an update to your will

by Fletcher Day September 25, 2015 Guest legal blogging

Those who own a property in Europe are now able to exercise their freedom regarding who they decide will inherit their asset but if the owner wants to benefit from this they will have to take a look at their own will. The EU Succession laws are seeing a change and this means that it […]

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How to Legally Write a Will

by johngary24 May 30, 2013 Wills

When a person dies and does not have an estate or will, their property is divided by probate or estate laws. That’s why it is important to have a will prepared before you die. Having a will prevents the state from dividing your estate or assets in a way that you wouldn’t agree to. Most […]

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10 Reasons to make a Will

by EdwardHandsandLewis May 7, 2013 Estate Planning

  We know that many people put off making Will as it feels morbid to them, but making a Will is not about planning for death.  It is about securing peace of mind for many years to come knowing that your affairs are in order.  Some clients renew their Wills annually to ensure that they […]

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Wills And The Probate Process

by LutgensLaw May 2, 2013 Estate Planning

A will is a legal document used to specify how to settle the affairs of a deceased person. Each state in the United States has its own specific laws and requirements for wills. The making of a will must meet certain requirements to be legally binding: • Maker must be of sound mind. • Maker […]

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Advice From Norwich Solicitors: An Introduction to Will Creation

by GordonDean April 9, 2013 Estate Planning

Having your will made up, while not the most cheerful of tasks, is an essential part of life. If you’re embarking on making a will, you’ve come to the right place for some sound advice. At my Norwich solicitors firm we try and help our clients save money, and protect your loved ones should the worst occur. […]

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Importance of Notarization to Wills and Testaments

by findnotary August 8, 2012 Wills

(US law and general information) If a person has to name the most important documents he has to transact in his life, the last will and testament is going to be on top of that list. It is a common understanding that each of us have to prepare our wills as early as 18 years […]

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Excellent Reasons to Make a Will

by Legal Author July 31, 2012 Wills

Most of us work really hard to build our estate and protect it well. We want to enjoy the fruits of our labor at a later stage and give an opportunity for our dependents to do the same. In order to achieve this, it is vital to have a valid will. Listed below are some […]

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Digital Assets and the Will Execution Process

by donalm May 8, 2012 Law

If somebody passes what happens to their digital assets when Scottish legal firms help to execute a will? Huge numbers of people are now using the Internet, and other digital sources, and therefore in turn could no doubt own online based assets and information. This information could include digitally stored financial assets and /or liabilities. […]

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