Having taken the important step of deciding to make a will, you have overcome the first hurdle. Next, you will need to consider what you want to achieve by making one.
3. Executors, trustees and guardians
4. Foreign property
5. The family business
6. Division of your estate
7. Claims against your estate
8. Inheritance tax/care fees planning
9. Putting your affairs in order
10. Making your will
Publication date: 11 January 2017 – Click here to view the article in full published by The Gazette.
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