Perhaps the only surprise in the recent news that over a quarter of families fall out after the death of a loved one, is that the number is so few.
The recent High Court battle over a mother’s £1.2m legacy shows that will disputes are more common than people think, argues Emma Myers, Head of Wills, Probate and Lifetime Planning for Saga Legal Services.
Recent figures released by the Office for National Statistics show a significant increase in the number of marriages involving people over 65.
Leaving money to a charity in a will has never been more popular.
Bored over the bank holiday? Here are some great ways to whip your finances into shape.
Solicitors Tamasine Hankey and Nicola Plant from Pemberton Greenish LLP explain what the new guidelines on drawing up 'Sharia-compliant' wills mean in practice.
Pre-nups could soon become legal in England and Wales. Solicitor Charlotte Leckie explains all you need to know.
Leaving a legacy donations is an effective way to do good as well as reduce the inheritance tax burden on your family, writes solicitor Lauren Killilea.
Almost half of people aged 35 and over who have written a will have failed to amend it following a change of heart or circumstance, a report has found.
The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) has unveiled a code of practice for will writing for its members.
Squabbles over inheritance make great TV viewing but they are the last thing you would want your loved ones to deal with, writes lawyer Jeremey Curtis.
Less tax should mean higher returns for you and your beneficiaries.
Six top tips on getting your will air-tight and right the first time.
There a several different types of will available. It pays to make sure you have the one to suit your situation.
To celebrate Tax Freedom Day, follow these essential steps and make sure your tax arrangements are in the best possible shape.
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