Why sever a joint tenancy? Owning property with others in co-ownership can be either as joint tenants or tenants in common. The consequences of who inherits a co-owner’s share on death are different. It is important to bear this in mind when planning ahead and will-making so your interests go to who you want. …
Pets are like family but arrangements may not always be made for what to do with a beloved pet when their owner is no longer around. It is helpful to executors to consider leaving arrangements on what to do.
A will is a useful way make provision for the care and maintenance of companion animals. Various options are available, depending on individual circumstances.
Updating a will might seem a troublesome chore, but circumstances can change from the time it was made. The changes might produce unintended and unwanted outcomes in the event of death. Therefore reviewing a will is important to keep its contents in line with intentions. Regularly reviewing your will is important so it reflects your intentions.
A family tree outlining close family/next of kin relationships is useful in preparing to make a will, and as a reference in situations of intestacy.