Trusts Wills and Probate
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The trouble with promises that are not recorded in writing by a professional is that it can be very hard to prove after the event that they were ever made.
Appointing trustees who are also beneficiaries can lead to conflicts of interest and that is why it is always best to appoint independent professionals to do the job. That point was
When making a will, the law does not require you to act fairly and the general rule is that everyone is permitted to leave their worldly assets to whoever they wish.
The validity of wills is sometimes subject to legal challenge, but the default position is that everyone is allowed to leave their worldly goods to whoever they wish. A judge made