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Inheritance

Why everyone should consider making a will

Not everyone wants to think about making a will. In fact, very few clients I meet want to think about dying, particularly those who are the younger side of 50. As a result, the age profile of most of my clients who are making a will is over 50. Generally, as people approach retirement, they start to think more keenly about what they will leave behind after they die. They …Read More

Inheritance Law: Can Parents Cut You Out of the Will?

Under new proposals to change Inheritance Law, adult children who are no longer considered to be dependents may lose out when a parent dies. The central implication of the change is that it may be harder to challenge the will of their deceased parent. On the other hand, if a parent dies without leaving a will and their other parent is still alive, children can challenge their entitlements. Who is …Read More