Month: January 2016

ADVICE YOUR CAN TRUST

Disputed wills – why are they on the increase?

Disputed wills – why are they on the increase?

When the time comes for your estate to be divvied up in accordance with your will, there’s no escaping the fact that you’ll be dead (yes, another cheery article from us). Arguably then, you probably won’t be worrying too much about what’s going on at that point. But...

Six unusual things to consider when writing your will

Six unusual things to consider when writing your will

We’ve talked a lot about writing wills lately, and for good reason. It’s important. If you die without a will, all sorts of complications arise. For example, your children would automatically receive their inheritance at age 18, even if they’re not ready to manage a...

Five top tips to make your will planning effortless

Five top tips to make your will planning effortless

We’re well into our estate planning series now, having covered things like why you need a will, why you shouldn’t cut corners when finding someone to construct your will, and whether or not you need a will for your digital life. As you can see by the breadth of...