TOPIC: Will disputes

What happens to Fluffy? Writing your pet into your will

What happens to Fluffy? Writing your pet into your will

When you’re drafting your will, you should think about what happens to your fishy, furry or feathered friends after you die.

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Think you don't need a will? Think again

Think you don't need a will? Think again

Are you putting off preparing your will? If so, you’re playing a risky game – with your assets and with your survivors.

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Ashes clashes: Fighting over a loved one's remains

Ashes clashes: Fighting over a loved one's remains

People attach a lot of significance and sentimental value to a loved one’s ashes. But are they really worth fighting over?

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What happens when your relative gives your inheritance to charity?

What happens when your relative gives your inheritance to charity?

If your deceased family member chooses charity over you in their will, all is not lost. You may have some legal options.

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So you’re thinking of leaving your money to charity?

You may have the best of intentions by willing your money to charity, but do you have your family’s best interests at heart?

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