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:
Making a will or giving a gift on your deathbed
- practical considerations for deathbed wills and gifts;
- ensuring you have testamentary capacity;
- precautions against undue influence; and
- the importance of making a will sooner rather than later.
Common probate mistakes and how to avoid them
- risks of administering an estate yourself to save money;
- types of common mistakes executors often make;
- the legal implications of a breach of duty; and
- benefits of instructing a solicitor to handle the administration of the estate.
It’s complicated - lifetime planning and marital status
- the implications of your marital status on lifetime planning;
Later life, financial management and mental capacity;
Impact on next of kin and health decisions;
Dealing with assets outside the estate.
It's complicated - changes to marital status and making a will
- understanding your legal rights as a couple;
- rights of your spouse or partner under intestacy rules;
- the implications of a change in marital status;
- how a solicitor can help write a will to reflect your circumstances.
Dealing with estate debts when acting as an executor
considerations for the impact of debts on beneficiaries;
dealing with debts for a solvent estate;
the process for paying debts for an insolvent estate; and
concerns about any suspicious debts and making a claim.
Deputyship – when a power of attorney is no longer an option
when you can apply to become a deputy;
key steps in applying to the Court of Protection;
advantages and disadvantages of being a deputy; and
benefits of using a solicitor throughout the application process.