What happens if spouses or family members die at the same time? Our clients often ask this question – what happens if I die at the same time as my spouse or family member? Although it’s not exactly a pleasant thought, the reality is that no-one can predict the future and accidents do happen. That’s why its … Continue reading “Simultaneous death – Wills & Estates”
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If your intentions have changed, then YES! It’s vital that you update your Will if you change your mind as to how you want to leave your estate if you pass away. Your testamentary intentions will have changed and this should be reflected on your Will to give your loved ones peace of mind if anything … Continue reading “Should I update my Will?”
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Who do you want to inherit your house, jewelry, personal belongings and other assets? Will it be your spouse, parents, children, grandchildren, relatives or friend? Who would you appoint to be in charge of distributing your estate if you’re not around? How will you provide for your loved ones in the event you pass away? … Continue reading “Do you have a Will? Is your Will up to date? March Promotion – Simple Wills for only $50”
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