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Clare Harris (Threlfall) 6h
The case for is only getting stronger - have you sorted your Will?
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Deborah Diane Oct 15
The majority of American adults do not have a will or trust. Learn when you can use a do-it-yourself will, and when you need professional help. Great info in this article!
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Nayyars Solicitors 2h
Nayyars Solicitors offers a will writing service using the utmost sensitivity and professionalism. We believe that will writing should be a straightforward process and we can make it easy and as stress free as possible!
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NancyBurner_Law 19m
A living will is a document which evidences an individual’s wishes regarding medical care or life support
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Gaby Hardwicke 24h
Superb client feedback for a superb solicitor. Contact Lynne for specialist advice on , , , , and trust advice:
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FieldingsPorterMcr 2h
We're offering a complimentary review of your will! All it takes is a couple of minutes of your time, start by completing our confidential online questionnaire and we'll come back to you shortly with our advice
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Practical Vision Network 11h
LATEST NEWS: Price transparency review reveals solicitors are more affordable
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Colleen Watters 2h
Have you been putting off getting your legal documents updated? Don’t let your heirs be left in a fog. Let's talk about creating a comprehensive estate plan.
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Lupton Fawcett LLP Oct 15
Temporary legislation has been introduced to enable video witnessing of wills. Private client senior associate solicitor Amanda Simmonds takes you through the issues.
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McKenzie Lake Law 2h
In British Columbia, the Wills, Estates and Succession Act (“WESA”) can be used to "cure" deficiencies in Wills. Estate Lawyer Alexandre Mouret takes us through an example of WESA in action in this Insight:
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Wrigleys Private Client Oct 15
DIY : Consulting a solicitor about your Will could save money & give peace of mind long-term. They can consider your Will with wider estate planning, court applications can be avoided if the Will is correctly drafted & you can ensure that those you wish to benefit, do. 3/3
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People's Law School Oct 14
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Marc Carlson Oct 17
Carlson Law Office’s focus is on all facets of estate planning. Marc Carlson is knowledgeable in the often complex issues surrounding trusts. Call (303) 775-1112 to start your estate plan today!
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Pembroke Will Writers 9h
Our covid-secure appointments provide you with the reassurance that Pembroke Will Writers are on hand to support you with your will writing needs during this challenging time. Contact Rob and the team to book your appointment today: 01634 353 658
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Machins Solicitors Oct 15
Daunted by the prospect of addressing complex issues such as wills and inheritance tax planning? There's still time to book our free online webinar on 4th November at 10am for some practical & professional guidance Sign up here -
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Mother Distracted, Family Lifestyle Blog In Wales Oct 18
Everything You Need to Know About Writing a DIY Will
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Wrigleys Private Client Oct 15
DIY : For a family business or partnership, it is important to consider how assets will be passed to the next generation. Tailored advice from tax, structuring but also to family governance is crucial in ensuring the next generation has the tools to on carry seamlessly. 3/3
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Pishon Gold Solicitors 4h
A Will is also vital if you have children or dependants who may not be able to care for themselves on your death. Without a will there could be uncertainty about who will look after or provide for them if you die.
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ADL Estate Planning 9h
Should anything happen to you, you want to be sure that your children are looked after… but what are the best ways to do it? Should I give my appointed guardian control over my children’s inheritance?
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Colbert & Grebas 3h
There are some common hiccups that happen when reviewing estate plans What happens when a beneficiary designation differs from what is stated in the will?
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