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Additional 10 Common MISTAKES in Will drafting

Not telling people where your Will is located – they are often never found, or an old Will is thought to be current Not making provision for the division of the residue of the estate, including gifts that fail. You may believe you have dealt with all your property but if a beneficiary predeceases you,

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WILLS: – TOP 10 common mistakes

It can be the little things that lead to difficulties in proving your Will and bring your family into conflict after you are gone to your eternal reward. These include: Not keeping your Will up to date. You should update your Will as circumstances change. For example, marriage revokes a Will. Not making adequate provision

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If you are over 18, (or if married, over 16) and have property or children, you should make a Will. A Will is the record of your wishes in respect of how you want your affairs dealt with and who you want to inherit all your worldly goods (your estate). It must be considered on

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