A Nugget of Truth - Last Will and Testaments We subscribe to Seth Godin's blog and Saturday's email was a nugget of truth that is worth sharing: If you start a book, you will do better if you have a plan for finishing your book. If you take the time and spend the money to … Continue reading Finishing Well with a Will
It is not a well-known fact but you can appoint an experienced deceased estate administration agent to handle the executor duties on your behalf. The first thing that you should know is that a deceased estate is usually administered by an executor. The executor would need to be appointed in the last will and testament … Continue reading Deceased Estates – Executor vs Administration Agent
How do living wills work? Living wills relate to your end-of-life wishes while you are still alive. In a living will, you give instructions in the event of a grievous medical condition, that would render you unable to make or express your own decisions. Living wills are used to state that, should there be no … Continue reading Living Wills
Having a Last Will and Testament (a Will) is one of those topics that is not discussed as often as it should be - it doesn't exactly 'come up' in passing conversation - but it is probably one of the most important documents you will sign in your lifetime. It is extremely important to have … Continue reading The Importance of a Will
The changes may be personal or professional - the most common changes to trigger an update to your will would be: marriage / divorce / re-marriage having a baby / adoption the death of a spouse / beneficiary listed in your existing will changes to ownership of assets, especially if being left to a specified beneficiary … Continue reading When Should I Update My Will?