>Keep your will in a safe place. If the will is misplaced, it may be presumed to be null and void. Solicitors often hold wills on behalf of clients. Usually there is no fee for this service. You should keep a copy of your will and note on the copy where the original is stored. …Read More
Where should I keep my will?
>Each valid will should appoint an executor or a person designated to administer your estate after you die. More than one person can be named as executors. You can choose anyone to be your executor including your spouse, relative, friend or your Solicitor. You should first ask individuals if they are prepared to take on …Read More
>In this second post, we’ll go through some of the important aspects of writing a will, including some of the terms you’ll come across & how they relate to you. Executors & Beneficiaries Significant persons to appoint when you make your will include an Executor and Beneficiaries. The Executor(or Personal Representative) is the one who …Read More
> The Executor will distribute your Estate to the beneficiaries you select in your Will. However, not all beneficiaries will take their gift straight away. The following are examples of beneficiaries that cannot hold their gift in their own right: Children (under 18 years of age) Persons who have a legal disability (for instance mental …Read More