Wills - Probate Lawyers Directory
Wills are legal documents, formally declaring how your assets are to be distributed upon your death. Wills also name the person who will be responsible for carrying out your Will, known as the executor.
Wills give you the opportunity to provide for your family, dependents, and friends, after you die. People who are qualified to make Wills include anyone over 18 years of age or under 18 and married, or who has obtained a Court Order to make a Will.
Wills must be...
Wills can always be amended at a later date, as long as the same requirements as stated above are met. These additions or changes to Wills are known as Codicils.
A Testamentary Trust is a trust created by a Will. Instead of all of the assets of a deceased Estate being distributed directly to the beneficiaries, some or all assets are retained in a trust for their benefit.
Wills incorporating a Testamentary Trust should be considered if...
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This website will help you to quickly and easily find a Probate Lawyer located near you, to assist with all the complicated legal issues associated with making Wills.
Most of our Probate Lawyers and Solicitors give short, free legal advice on first telephone contact.
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