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Wills, protecting your wealth and family matters

Wills, protecting your wealth and family matters

COVID-19 has impacted everyone’s lives in some way - these are challenging times and it’s brought out the best and the worst of situations.  It has been also a time to reflect and put in place arrangements for families having relationship difficulties and those who have sadly suffered a bereavement, but also for those who've had more time to reflect on making provisions for loved ones after their death.

In this webinar, our team of Wills and Family law experts we will answer some of the common Family and Wills issues we are seeing including the “no fault” divorce and child arrangements, wills and broader tax planning, preventative measures to avoid probate disputes and what to do should there be a claim made against your estate.

Along with answering your questions:

  • When do “no fault” divorces come into force and how will these be different from the current system?
  • Why do I need to make a Will and what can I do to avoid a will dispute after I die?
  • When do “no fault” divorces come into force?
  • What do the courts look at when deciding custody?

If you have any questions or want to find out more about how we could help you with Wills or any family law matters contact us today for a free confidential consultation.

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