Huw James Solicitors
Wills - The Importance of Making a Will
Most people consider making a Will during their lifetime without actually arranging for a legally valid Will to be prepared

Do you need a Will? Yes - if you care about who benefits from your property and assets after your death, then you need to make a Will.

Two out of three people do not have a Will. This means that the State determines who gets what, if anything, from your assets when you die. Your friends, your favourite charities, even some relatives, may get nothing. The Inheritance Law does not automatically recognise co-habiting partners either, so even if you have lived together for many years, your partner gets nothing if you have not made a Will ( unless your property was in joint names before your death or if your partner goes to Court)

Once you've completed all five stages of mediation, the goal is to reach a final and permanent settlement of the dispute. The First Stage Is Convening The Mediation. The second stage is the opening session.The fourth stage is the negotiation. Stage 5: Completion. Communication is the third stage.



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