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Wills and Estates


Life is fragile. You really do need to have a will and you should review it regularly during your lifetime.

The old rules of forced heirship were removed in April 2012; people domiciled in Guernsey now have testamentary freedom so you can leave your assets to whoever you choose.

However, the position remains complex as there are some circumstances when the ‘old rules’ still apply.  There is also the risk of claims being made against your estate.  

Ensuring you have a will and that it is regularly up-dated will make things so much easier for your surviving family and enable your wishes to be carried out. 

You may have a claim against an estate in certain circumstances and we can offer you advice on your prospects of success of making such a claim and can of course act for you in progressing that claim.

We also carry out probate and estate administration.

So whether its planning for the future, or dealing with the past, we can help you.

 

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