> An Executor is a person or persons who you select in your Will to carry out all of your arrangements after your death. Their duties include: Making your funeral and burial arrangements Paying your debts Arranging for the distribution of your assets to the beneficiaries you have selected In general, representing you (i.e. your …Read More
What is an Executor?
> Many people with impaired decision-making capacity are capable of making most, or at least some, of the decisions that affect their lives. When the decision-making capacity is seriously impaired, this will mean that certain decisions may have to be made by others. The problem that arises is that no one has an automatic right …Read More
> Anyone over 18 years of age should have a Will. But there are certain times in your life when it is particularly important to make a Will or revise your existing one: If you get married or intend to get married If you separate from your spouse or partner and you believe the separation …Read More