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Infographic: Till Death Do Us Part?

Published on February 23, 2016 by Aude Seynt Martin in Property Infographics

Thinking about your will and testament is not the easiest subject in the world, particularly when it comes to discussing it with family. It’s a morbid topic that could create the impression that your death isn’t very far away, but nonetheless it is something that is worth taking the time to discuss with both your family and a qualified legal expert.

I Will Solicitors, a Birmingham-based law firm specialising in the writing of Islamic wills, created this infographic about will writing and inheritance. It outlines the potential consequences of failing to write a will and explains some of the key terminology involved, as well as the rules of intestacy. It also covers a series of educated tips on drafting a will, something that you should never do without the input of a legal professional.

Leaving an inheritance is supposed to provide a level of comfort to your family after you die, but if it is not apportioned carefully, it creates the possibility of family conflict if some members believe they are getting an unfair share. Take a look at this infographic so that you can be reliably informed as to the task of writing your will and dividing your inheritance appropriately.

Till Death Do Us Part? Making the Most of Your Inheritance

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About the author
Aude Seynt MartinAude Seynt Martin is an ex French corporate lawyer with a Master Phil in Property Law. When she came to London, Aude gave up her career as a Lawyer to be involved in property. Having studied the market for more than two years and worked with very experienced landlords and professionals, Aude is now a Property Consultant, whose motivation is to come up with creative solutions to help overcome any property related situation.

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