Category Archives: Wills & Estate Planning

The Importance Of Having A Will If You’re A Parent

Whilst we have spent this week advising that it is a very good idea for...

Be Sure To Update Your Will When Necessary In Order To Avoid Future Conflict

Family relationships can become increasingly complex over time, and that is why it is so...

Why Is It Important To Make A Will?

Here at Carters Solicitors, we can make the will creating process simple and stress-free with...

A Diagnosis of Dementia Does Not Necessarily Equate to a Loss of Capacity

Occasional episodes of forgetfulness, or even a formal diagnosis of dementia, do not necessarily mean...

Declaration of Death Opens Way for Administration of Missing Teacher’s Estate

When a person goes missing without trace, the fact that their assets are left in...

Cancer Sufferer’s Belated Will Triggers Bitter Family Inheritance Dispute

Those who delay making a will until they are at death’s door create a very...

Feel That You’ve Been Done Out of an Inheritance? Contact a Solicitor Today

If you feel that you have been unjustly denied an inheritance, you should get in...

Thought About Appointing a Professional Executor? It Can Pay Dividends

When you die, it is the executor or executors of your will who will bear...

Bequests to Disabled Relatives – Professional Advice is Essential

Leaving money to a disabled relative in your will is obviously a worthy act. As...

You Are Obliged Reasonably to Provide for Your Dependants in Your Will – No More

When making a will, it is vital to remember your obligations to family members and...