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Should I wait until I get married to make a Will?

Should I wait until I get married to make a Will?

There's no need to put off making a Will until you get married – indeed it’s far better to do it before. Why is that? The idea that it’s better to tie the knot first is probably based on a misunderstanding about the way Wills work. It’s perfectly legal and acceptable...

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Where can I find my Will if I want to change it?

Where can I find my Will if I want to change it?

It’s essential to know where your Will is, because otherwise your wishes won’t be acted upon when the time comes. There are times in your life when you’ll want to change your Will. Sometimes, though, finding the Will isn’t easy. In this article, we’ll run through...

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Lasting Power of Attorney

Should you get a Living Will or Lasting Power of Attorney?

Should you get a Living Will or Lasting Power of Attorney?

A Living Will is a legal document that, unlike a Will, a Living Will is only useful during your lifetime and only applies to medical treatment. So which is better: a Living Will or Lasting Power of Attorney? Living Wills are confusingly named. They are nothing to do...

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Asset Protection

What is the best type of asset protection planning?

What is the best type of asset protection planning?

The most effective form of asset protection planning is a Trust that is set up during your lifetime. Whilst you can have a Trust in your Will, nothing will go into it until you die and so it can't protect you from events that happen while you're still alive. But what...

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