Wills and Estate Planning
The formalities which must be followed when making a will are contained in the Succession Act, 1965. This act also governs succession in circumstances where no will is made.
Therefore, the content of a will needs careful drafting to ensure it complies with the required formalities. We provide guidance and advice on wills, the tax implications of bequests in wills and the creation of trusts.
Modern times have seen substantial growth in asset ownership rendering the preparation and execution of Enduring Powers of Attorney increasingly important.
We provide a comprehensive and efficient service in the following areas:
- Estate planning
- Extraction of Grants of Probate/Administration
- Disbursement of assets
- Taxation issues on inheritances