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Life Planning

Can Writing A Will Save You Money?

Writing your Will is often viewed as an unnecessary expense – but can it actually save you money in the future?  When planning your finances, you want to leave as much of your estate as possible to loved ones. However, several factors could lead to your assets being lost which is why a well-written Will

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Wills

The Dangers of DIY Will Kits

Your Will is a vital legal document. Without one, you risk your wishes not being followed through. Despite this, many people still fail to prepare a proper Will due to the popularity of DIY Will kits.  These kits promise to be simple, easy, and cheap but can lead to future complications after you pass away.

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Life Planning

Understanding the Nil Rate Band

The nil rate band may have come up throughout your estate planning process, or perhaps this is the first time you’ve heard of it. Either way, understanding it is essential when writing your Will and deciding what to do with your assets, as it can greatly impact what you can leave to your loved ones. 

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Life Planning

Wills, Estates, and Divorce

Divorce can be a big factor to account for when estate planning and writing your Will. Whether you or your children are facing a divorce, or you just want to take certain precautions to protect your assets, it is worth being aware of how divorce can affect your estate planning.  How Can Divorce Affect Your

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Estate Planning

How Can You Change a Will After Someone Has Passed Away?

You may have heard that once a Will has been created and the testator has passed away, it can still be changed by other parties who want to change how assets are being distributed. However, there are several myths around this topic that make it unclear. Can a Will really be changed after someone has

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Estate Planning

The Power of Trusts

Chances are, you might have thought that later life planning started and ended with a Will. However, trusts are robust legal arrangements that can provide many future benefits for you and your loved ones.  How Does a Trust Work? A trust is a legal arrangement that allows you to give money, property, or other assets

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