Wills & Estates
Named as Executor in a Will? Why You May Need a Grant of Probate!
An executor of a deceased person’s estate is responsible to settle the deceased’s affairs and distribute the deceased’s assets in accordance with their will.  However, before the executor can distribute...
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Why you need a Personal Directive (a.k.a. “Living Will”)
A Personal Directive, commonly known as a Living Will, is a document which allows a person (the “Maker”) to designate another person (the “Agent”) to make decisions regarding non-financial personal...
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What is an Enduring Power of Attorney?
A Power of Attorney is a document which allows a person (the “Donor”) to designate another person (the “Attorney”) to manage the Donor’s financial and legal affairs.  An Enduring Power...
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