Category: Estate Planning

To Will or Not to Will

According to Benjamin Franklin, “In this world nothing can be certain, except death and taxes”. As we all know, there is certainty in the paying of tax, but in the case of death, there seems to be a common misconception that if you don’t have a Will, everything sorts itself out. Wrong. Everything does not

When should you review your will?

When preparing a will for a client, I am often asked, “When should I review my will again?” There are certain “triggers” that you can keep in mind, to review your will. I have set these triggers out below. Marriage Marriage revokes a will. Therefore, if you intend to marry, or have recently married, you should