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What can go wrong with DIY probate?

The DIY (do it yourself) probate approach means taking on the full legal and financial responsibility to administer a loved one’s estate yourself.


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What to do when someone dies

When a loved one passes away, there are a number of tasks that need to be considered and it can be a daunting process knowing where to start.

The rules of intestacy

07 July 2021 13:49

When someone dies without a Will, they are said to have died “intestate” and their estate must be distributed following the rules of intestacy.

Common concerns on virtual Will witnessing

At the end of September 2020, an amendment to the Wills Act 1837 came into force which extended the word ‘presence’ to include digital presence, allowing Wills to be witnessed via video throughout the pandemic period.

Selecting the Executor(s) of your Will

For many families, discussions about death are difficult to digest and for those who manage to have the conversation, it’s often an uncomfortable one to have.

Unhappy Families – Challenging Inheritance Issues

The outcome of a recent High Court case is a warning for anyone challenging a Will.

How Self Confident Are You Feeling?

Think how much you could achieve in your Life, Career or Small Business if you had unlimited trust in your abilities and judgement?

Time to Pivot Back?

24 June 2021 11:45

After a year in a pandemic, we’ve all grown accustomed to a new way of life. With more and more aspects of our lives now taking place virtually, we rarely need to actually leave the house to buy things, sell things, learn or socialise.

Cohabitee’s rights on death

The number of recent enquiries regarding contentious probate matters involving unmarried cohabiting couples has increased.