Wills, Probate And Estate Planning
It’s important to ensure that you have a will, and that any existing will is reviewed and updated regularly. If not, then either the state will decide where your estate goes, or your loved ones may discover that your will has become outdated, and does not do what you intended.
With careful planning, you can ensure that the tax payable on your estate is minimised, if not eliminated.
As well as making a will, it is recommended to have a Lasting Power Of Attorney. This protects you if you become unable to look after yourself.
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