Saturday February 22, 2020

Don’t put off tackling the probate question

If you fail to make a will before you die, the risk is that your estate could be divided up in a manner strongly contrary to your own wishes, write Tim Bracken and Margaret Campbell

2nd July, 2011

Death is not a subject that many of us are comfortable discussing, so we may give little consideration to what happens to our estate, or assets, after we die.

But by making a will, you can ensure that your estate goes to whoever you wish. Trusts can make provision for infant children and those with special needs.

A person who dies having made a valid will is said to have died testate. Professional advice in...

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