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Understanding Enduring Power of Attorney

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Understanding Enduring Power of Attorney

Whether you are putting your own financial affairs in order or are concerned about the mental health of a close friend or relative, the different kinds of power of attorney, and the different state regulations, can make putting provisions in place for mental incapacity seem off-puttingly complicated. Don’t panic: here’s our easy guide to get …

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What happens if I do not make a will?

>Without a will, the legal procedures are more complicated and time-consuming and may cause additional expense, worry and hardship to your family and loved ones. The law provides a formula which sets out who is entitled to the property of a deceased person who has not left a will. The formula may not distribute your …

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Should I Have A Will?

>Yes, you should have a will. You have spent a lifetime building your portfolio. If you are concerned about who will receive your assets and personal property, you can determine the rightful recipients by creating a will. A will protects your family and loved ones and assures that your assets are distributed according to your …

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Distribution of Property through a Legal Will

>Distributing of your property after your death and making some provisions are the primary objectives of a will. Here are some points that you need to put into mind when distributing your properties and assets: Make proper provisions for your spouse, children, or ex-nuptial children. The Family Provision Legislation declares that family members and dependants …

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