> Anyone over 18 years of age who is of sound mind can and should make a Will. A Will must select at least one beneficiary to take the estate, and should also at least select one Executor who is responsible for the financial arrangements. The Executor can be one of the beneficiaries. A Will …Read More
How do you make a Will?
> Unless you are into fancy tricks to lock your assets away from your children (or the tax man), you don’t need to pay a lawyer to reinvent the wheel. You can do what most lawyers themselves do – start with a standard template and plug your details into it. Our Will Kit gives you …Read More
> Beneficiaries are persons or entities that you have selected in your Will to receive part or all of your assets in the event of your death. You can select anyone that you like, and more than one person or entity can share in your estate. Examples of beneficiaries include: Spouses and partners Children Parents …Read More
> When somebody dies, there are many things that need to be done. On the personal side there are things such as making the funeral arrangements, dealing with the deceased’s personal effects, and contacting relatives and friends. Whilst the Executor in the Will is the person that is responsible for all arrangements, normally a number …Read More