Topical legal content articles for marketing wills & probate law
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Forthcoming legal topics
Examples of the wills and probate topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Probate and avoiding problems with chattels
common issues arising with chattels;
making provisions for particular chattels in your will;
advice for executors and family on dealing with chattels; and
enlisting the help of a third-party to mediate disputes.
Business planning and the importance of making a will
- considering the different risks and issues;
- reflecting prewritten business agreements in your will;
- choosing appropriate and capable executors; and
- key provisions to include and writing a letter of wishes.
When does a power of attorney take effect?
- an overview of the variations of powers of attorney;
- rules on powers of attorney made before 2007;
- when a power of attorney can be used; and
- important considerations if you are an appointed attorney.
Avoiding common delays in obtaining probate
- resolving problems with the will;
- obtaining valuations from financial institutions;
- locating and liaising with beneficiaries; and
- seeking legal advice for potential inheritance disputes.
How to pass on royalties after you die
- types of royalty payments and timeframes;
- considerations when leaving royalties under your will;
- leaving royalties through a gift or a trust; and
other factors to consider when leaving royalties, such as charitable legacies.
Legal steps to consider when diagnosed with a life-limiting illness
- preparations following the diagnosis of a life-limiting illness;
- making an LPA for your health and welfare decisions;
- best practice when drawing up an advanced care plan; and
- revising or making a will to set out any wishes.